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Greene County Tax Sale September 10
Updated September 4, 2014 8:47 AM
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(BLOOMFIELD) - Greene County will conduct a tax sale on Wednesday, September 10 for delinquent properties that have delinquent taxes and special assessments due from the prior year's spring installment.

In Indiana, the county treasurer and auditor are required to sell tax liens on delinquent properties that remain unpaid from the prior year's spring installment. Greene County will offer the tax sale certificates at a public sale that is not less than the total amount due in delinquent taxes, costs, and penalties.

Kelly Zimmerly, Greene County Treasurer, says there are currently 243 properties available for the tax sale totaling $357,401.38 in delinquencies.

In addition to serving as a source for local governments to collect unpaid property taxes, tax sales also serve as an opportunity for real estate investors to earn interest income upon redemption of the property within one year from the sale, or to take title to the property through a post-tax sale process that involves petitioning the local court for a tax deed.

Greene County has contracted with SRI, Inc., an Indianapolis-based company founded in 1989 that conducts tax sales, commissioners' certificate sales, and commissioners' deed sales for over 80 counties in Indiana, Michigan and Colorado.

Persons interested in registering and bidding at the Greene County Tax Sale should visit the SRI, Inc. website at www.sri-taxsale.com and read the information regarding tax sales.



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