2016 Upset Sale List
NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTIES FOR DELINQUENT TAXES
TO THE OWNERS OF PROPERTIES DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE AND TO ALL PERSONS HAVING TAX LIENS,TAX JUDGMENTS OR ANY OTHER JUDGMENTS OR MUNICIPAL CLAIMS AGAINST SUCH PROPERTIES:
YOUR PROPERTY IS ABOUT TO BE SOLD WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT FOR DELINQUENT TAXES, YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE SOLD FOR A SMALL FRACTION OF ITS FAIR MARKET VALUE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AS TO WHAT YOU MUST DO IN ORDER TO SAVE YOUR PROPERTY, PLEASE CALL YOUR ATTORNEY, THE TAX CLAIM BUREAU, OR THE COUNTY LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE.
Notice is hereby given that the properties described below will be sold by the County Of Northumberland Tax Claim Bureau for non-payment of delinquent taxes, filed against such properties in the dockets of said Tax Claim Bureau under the provisions of the Real Estate Tax Sale Law, Act of July 7, 1947, P.L. 1368, No. 542 (72 P.S. 5860-101, et seq) and the amendments and supplements thereto. The sale will be held at the Administration Building, 399 Stadium Drive, Sunbury, PA. The sale will commence on Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. prevailing time and will continue until such time that all properties have been exposed for sale by public bidding. These terms of the sale are CASH or CERTIFIED FUNDS and all sales are final. The owners or reputed owners of the property so sold shall not be permitted to redeem the property after the sale. The Owners or Reputed Owners, Description and Approximate Upset Price are set forth below. The Purchasers shall receive a deed in fee simple for the property sold from the Tax Claim Bureau as trustee grantor and the purchaser shall be responsible for the payments of all transfer taxes and costs of recording. "There shall be no deed made into any corporation, partnership or LLC without proof of state filing and state certification"
The sale of this property may, at the option of the Bureau, be stayed if the owner thereof or any lien creditors of the owner, on or before the commencement of the actual sale, enters into an agreement with the BUREAU to pay the taxes and costs owing on said property in installments in the manner provided by said law. Owners shall not be permitted to redeem said property after 10 AM prevailing time on the date of said Upset Sale.
CAUTION: Recent U.S. and Pennsylvania Supreme Court cases indicate that any mortgages, judgments or other liens of record against the property you purchase may not be divested by this sale. The Tax Claim Bureau suggests that you do a title search before bidding on any properties.
Janel Barwick Director
Sold Properties (Updated 9/15/16)
Unsold Properties (Updated 9/20/16)
Price listed is an "Approximate" sale price. Potential buyers must be aware that these properties are not being sold free and clear and should be cautious when researching the property. It is advisable to contact an Attorney or a professional deed searcher.
The purchaser of any property at an upset sale shall pay to the bureau the entire purchase money on the date of the sale, no later than one (1) hour before the close of business by Cashiers Check, Money Order or Cash.
The Upset Sale will be held on September 17th, 2015 at 10:00 am. Preregistration is requested.
Questions regarding the Upset Sale may be directed to 570-988-4116.