Our next Tax Foreclosure Sale will be determined at a later date. Sales are always held at the Historic Courthouse down town Graham #1 Court Square, Graham, NC at 12:00 Noon
ALL PROPERTIES ARE SOLD IN “AS IS” CONDITION. INTERESTED PARTIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO RESEARCH ALL PROPERTIES THOROUGHLY PRIOR TO OUR SALE AND BEFORE BIDDING ON ANY PROPERTY.
THIS IS A BUYER BEWARE SALE. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. THESE PROPERTIES ARE SOLD ON AN “AS IS, WHERE IS” BASIS. THE COUNTY MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OF WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. IT IS THE BUYER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO INVESTIGATE THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO BIDDING.
- Anyone considering purchasing property at a tax foreclosure sale should be aware that there is a risk. The County does not guarantee or provide any warranty.
- It is important to know that the deed description of the property or properties contained in this ad may or may not be the exact description of what is actually being sold. The property to be sold is that property contained in the deed description SAVE AND EXCEPT ANY CONVEYANCES OF RECORD. In other words, the deed description may include portions of land that have already been sold off by the current owner, portions that are NOT subject to the sale.
- It is the bidders responsibility to check on the status of their upset bid with the Alamance County Clerk of Superior Court.
- Properties that are sold maybe subject to IRS Tax Liens, City/County Taxes for any years not covered under our judgment, and other restrictions of record.
- It is the buyers responsibility to research and obtain information regarding these properties prior to the sale.
PURCHASER WILL RECEIVE A NON-WARRANTY SHERIFF’S DEED AT THE END OF THE SALE.
The deed description may include portions of land that have already been sold off by the current owner and are NOT subject to the sale.
If a bidder fails to follow through with their winning bid, the bidder will forfeit their deposit and the property will be resold. If the next bid is less than the original winning bid, a default judgment will be entered against the defaulting bidder for the loss.
The Notice of Upset Bids will be mailed by first class mail in accordance with N.C.G.S. 1-339.64, however, you are advised to check the status of current bids by either calling the Clerks Office or checking on our website for Upset Bids.
Our tax foreclosure sales are based off of delinquent property taxes that are due to Alamance County and any city, or municipality in Alamance County. The properties are sold for the taxes owed to Alamance County and or any City along with fees that are associated with the preparation of these sales. Foreclosures are held throughout the year and held at the Historic Courthouse located at #1 Courthouse Square, Graham, NC. Notices of Sale are advertised for two weeks prior to the sale in the Alamance News in Graham, NC. The highest bidder at public sale shall be required to pay in full (not make a deposit) the amount of the successful bid at the conclusion of the execution sale (subject to the confirmation of the sale as by law provided). The successful bid amount shall be paid in cash or certified funds (payable to Alamance County. Alamance County may, in its discretion, determine and allow a reasonable time within which to deliver the successful bid amount to that office. The successful bidder shall also be responsible for the payment of any excise tax due to the Register of Deeds office, and all recording fees at the appropriate time.
There is a 10-day upset bid period in which the high bid may be upset by filing an Upset Bid with the Alamance County Clerk of Court. The Upset Bid must be in cash or by certified funds in an amount greater than or equal to 5% of the amount of the Upset Bid but in any event not less than $750 dollars. The Upset Bid must be filed with the Alamance County Clerk of Court by 5 p.m. on the 10th day after the filing of the Report of Sale. If the 10th day is a Sunday or a legal holiday or a day which the office of the clerk is not open then the deposit may be made the following business day.
After the 10-day upset bid period expires successfully with no upset bid made the Order of Confirmation is filed and the Alamance County Sheriff will execute a Non-Warranty Sheriff’s Deed. The total amount of the upset bid in full is due upon delivery of the Sheriff’s Deed.
The Clerk requires cash or certified funds. If you decide 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 Robin Isley in the Alamance County Legal Department at (336) 570-4049. Properties that do not sell on the day of the sale will be sold at our next sale. ALL PROPERTIES ARE SOLD “AS IS, WHERE IS.”
Below is a list of properties currently being foreclosed: All are sold subject to 2022 taxes that are not covered under this judgment. Properties with “*” are also subject to 2021 taxes that are not covered under this judgment.