Our next Tax Foreclosure Sale will be held on (Wednesday)June 30th, 2021, at 12:00 Noon
ALL TAX FORECLOSURE SALES ARE HELD AT THE HISTORIC COURTHOUSE, CENTER OF GRAHAM IN THE CIRCLE, #1 COURTHOUSE SQUARE, GRAHAM, NC 27253.
Our sales are based on delinquent property taxes due to the county, city, or municipality for each individual property. There are fees associated with the preparation of these sales. The fees are added to the starting bid. A deposit of 5% is required from the highest bidder at the day of sale.The deposit must either be in cash or certified funds. There is a 10-day upset bid period that runs with every sale. After the 10th day, if you are the highest bidder, our office will contact you to set up an appointment for the remaining balance to be brought in and deed transferred. If, however, there are upset bids made within the 10 day period, the Clerk of Court will contact you by mail to let you know that your bid has been upset. You then have to decide if you are interested in staying in the bidding or not. The upset bids are handled through the Clerk of Courts office, located at #1 Courthouse Square in the basement in the Civil Department. Upset Bids are based on the last bid amount. The deposit for upset bids are as follows: $750.00 is the minimum amount required for any bid amount that is under $15,750.00, and any bid over and above $15,750.00 the deposit required will be 5% of the last bid given. The Clerk requires cash or certified funds. If you decided to drop out of the bidding process you will receive your deposit back, however, only after the file has been officially closed. So, please remember that this money could potentially be tied up for weeks if there are upset bids. If you have questions or concerns regarding these listings, please contact the Alamance County Legal Department at (336) 570-4049. Properties that do not sell on the day of the sale will be postponed until the next sale date. ALL PROPERTIES ARE SOLD “AS IS, WHERE IS.”
Alamance County vs. Alamance Baptist Church Loop Road Residential Land Trust: Vacant land on Alamance Baptist Church Loop Road, Burlington, NC Parcel ID # 111734, #176798 & #176799
Starting Bid: $TBD
BEING ALL OF LOT NUMBERS TWENTY THREE (23), TWENTY FOUR (24), TWENTY FIVE (25), TWENTY SIX (26), AND TWENTY SEVEN (27), of the Property of Alamance Baptist Church as recorded in Plat Book 5 at Page 16, Alamance County Register of Deeds, NC to which plat reference is hereby made for a more complete description. Save and except the previously deeded lots Twenty Four (24) & Twenty Five (25) in Deed Bk 2352, Page 414.
Alamance County vs. Percy Crisp, Heirs: Parcel ID# 13781- A vacant lot located on Day St., Burlington, NC
Starting Bid #TBD
Being all of Lot 2 of the Tobe Forrest Estate as surveyed by J. Mark McAdams, Surveyor, on February 8 and 11, 1946.This is a part of the same property that was conveyed to Mary Crisp by deed dated March 2, 1946, a record of which is recorded in Deed Book 160, at Page 272 of the Alamance County Registry.
Alamance County vs. Robert W. & Jean Gammon, Heirs: Parcel ID# 134516- a vacant lot located on Border Street, Burlington, NC
Starting Bid: $5,106.11
Adjoining Border Street, A.G. Ausley, John M. Coble and others, and BEGINNING at an iron stake in a branch in county line or space reserved for extension of Erwin Street, corner with J. M. Coble; running thence North 79.37 deg. West with said county line, 240 feet to Border Street; thence in an easterly direction with Border Street, 100 feet to an iron stake, corner with said branch; thence down said branch as it meanders to the beginning point, being a part of Lot No. 22, Block C, as shown by plat of county home property recorded in Plat Book 2 at Page 2 of the Alamance County Registry. SOLD “AS IS, WHERE IS.” Alamance County vs. Fannie E. Lewis, Heirs: A vacant lot located on Durham St., Burlington, NC Parcel ID# 127464
Randolph Lee Gray, Heirs: A house located at 130 Hamilton St., Burlington, NC #126292
Starting Bid $TBD
Being Lot No. 37 of the Mayfair Mills Incorporated as shown on Map made by A. C. Linberg, engineer, January 2, 1934, which is duly recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Alamance County, North Carolina, in Book of Maps No. 2, at Page No. 105, fronting 80 feet on Hamilton Street. BEGINNING at an iron stake on the west side of Hamilton Street and corner with Lot No. 36, the beginning point is 100 feet from the intersection of Hamilton Street with Durham Street; running thence with the western border of Hamilton Street, South 2 degrees 17 minutes West 80 feet to a cross cut in the concrete gutter, a corner with Lot No. 38; thence, with the line of Lot No. 38, North 67 degrees 35 minutes 145 feet to an iron stake, a corner with Lot Nos. 38, 51 and 52; thence, with the line of Lot No. 52, North 24 degrees 15 minutes East 40 feet to an iron stake, a corner with Lot No. 52 and in the line of Lot No. 54; thence, with the line of Lot No. 54, South 67 degrees 48 minutes East 24.5 feet to an iron stake; thence again with Lot No. 54, North 24 degrees 15 minutes East 30 feet to an iron stake, a corner with Lot No. 36 and in the line of Lot No. 54; thence, with the line of Lot No. 36, South 72 degrees 18 seconds East 105.1 feet to the BEGINNING, being Lot No. 37 of the Mayfair Mills property as per blue print recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds in Plat Book 2, Page 105.
Alamance County vs. Maude H. Ivey, Heirs: Parcel ID# 126441- A vacant lot located on Seventh St. Burlington, NC
Starting Bid $TBD
A certain tract and parcel of land in Alamance County, North Carolina, adjoining the lands of W.C. Blagg, W.H. Holt and others, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a corner with said Holt and public road, running thence with said road S. 100 ft. to corner with said Blagg; thence with line of said Blagg W. 200 ft. to corner; thence N. 100 ft. parallel with public road to corner on W.H. Holt’s line; thence with said Holt’s line E. 200 ft. to the Beginning, containing one-half acre, more or less, and being that tract of land situate on what is known as “Alamance Road” in rear of R. L. Spoon’s residence. There is excepted from this conveyance a certain lot heretofore sold off the North side of said lot and conveyed to J. L. Cates and wife, Carolyn Cates said lot being 40 x 200 ft.
Alamance County vs. Linda Pitts Johnson, Heirs: Parcel ID# 112156- a House located at 2857 Cardinal Lane, Burlington, NC
Starting Bid$ TBD
A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Alamance County, North Carolina, Coble Township and bounded and described as follows: Adjoining the lands of R.B. Shoffner and Lots Nos. 41 and 43, and more particularly bounded and described as follows to-wit: BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the northeast side of Trail No. Two corner Lot No. 44 of the Standard Hosiery Mills; running thence with Lot No. 44 of the Standard Hosiery Mills; running thence with Lot No. 44 and 43 N. 48º 49’ E. 276 feet to an iron pipe in the line of R.B. Shoffner; thence with the line of R.B. Shoffner S. 33º 08’ E. 118 feet to an iron pipe corner with Lot No. 41; thence with the line of Lot No. 41 S. 65º 29’ W. 283 feet to an iron pipe on the northeast side of Trail No. Two; thence with Trail No. Two N. 44º 41’ W. 42 feet to the point of BEGINNING being Lot No. 42 as shown on plat made by A.C. Linberg, drawing No. 595 of the Standard Hosiery Mill property in Alamance Village, recorded in Register of Deeds Office of Alamance County, in Plat Book No. 2, at Page No. 121.
Alamance County vs. Don C. Miller, Heirs: Parcel ID# 137453- A vacant lot located at 1008 Catlin St., Burlington, NC,
Starting Bid : TBD$
A certain tract or parcel of land in Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina, adjoining the lands of an unnamed alley (now Catlin Street), A.J. Capps property and Fred Owens, and BEGINNING at an iron stake in an unnamed alley (now Catlin Street) and corner with the A. J. Capps property; running thence with the said Capps property, S. 80 deg. 10’ E. 44 feet and 4 inches to an iron stake; thence with the said Capps property N. 10 deg. E. 62 feet to an iron stake corner with the Capps property in Fred Owens line; thence with the said Owens, N. 82 deg. 50’ W. 44 feet and 4 inches to a stake in Catlin Street; thence along Catlin Street, S. 9 deg. 40’ W. 60 feet to the BEGINNING. The above description was obtained by a survey made by W. T. Hall, C.E., April 16, 1955.