NOT SOLD (BIDDING OVER)
0.00USD+ premiums, taxes, fees & shipping
WAS NOT SOLD, auction date was 2005 Jul 22 @ 09:00UTC-5 : EST/CDT
43-056 Lake County - July 2005Parcel ID:43-11-442-039-00SEV:$570.00Starting Bid:$501.27Local Unit Name:Webber TownshipAddress 1:Harvard AvenueSection:22/27Township:18NRange:13WLegal Description:LOTS 39 & 40 BLOCK 42 LAKEWOODS ACRES #2.Comments:See Plat map for detailPictures:
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Public Act 123 of 1999 dramatically reformed the method by which Michigan County Governments manage tax-delinquent real-estate.
Under prior law, liens on parcels were offered to private investors at the annual May tax sale. Property owners were then subject to foreclosure of these liens and ultimately the loss of their property. Those property liens not purchased by private investors (usually the less desirable properties) ultimately reverted directly to the State of Michigan, which processed them and sold them at regional 'scavenger sales' held by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Under the new law, the sale of liens has been replaced by direct foreclosure to the County Treasurer, or to the State of Michigan if the County 'opts out' of participating in the process. The properties are then sold by deed at auction. For investors and buyers this system eliminates the uncertainty of predicting which property owners will redeem their parcels from lien sale. At the new land auctions the high bidder is awarded a deed to the parcel, and all of the previous complications involving tax lien foreclosure are removed.
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This property has NOT been visually inspected by Title Check, LLC. Any photos or information presented (other than the legal description) are NOT guaranteed to be correct, but are accurate to the best of our knowledge.
The properties are offered for sale "as is" with no guarantees as to fitness for any purpose. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own determinations as to lot boundaries and structures (if any) that may be located on the property.
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