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•Publication of notice – all parties holding an interest in the property
•Certified mailing of notice – primarily for owners and taxpayers
•Service of notice – specifically for occupants of the property
•If taxes are due for two or more years, payments may be made in inverse order (delinquent tax amount due immediately preceding the current year) before the redemption period expires until all delinquent taxes are paid in full
•If eligible – the property owner or taxpayer may “confess judgment” by signing an agreement to pay the total delinquent amount due in installments.
•Unpaid delinquent special assessments (if any)
•Penalties imposed on unpaid real estate property taxes and special assessments (if any) during the year when taxes are due
•Total interest accrued on the delinquent taxes, penalties and county costs up through the time of payment
•County costs for administering the delinquent tax laws