TAX LIEN SALE
Tax Lien Information
The purpose of the Tax Lien Sale is to
collect delinquent real estate taxes owed to the county which
are needed to fund
our schools, agencies and local
governments while offering property owners the opportunity to
retain their properties
and avoid foreclosure.
Basic Overview of the Sale
Taxes that are unpaid following the
Second Half (June) tax collection period are advertised as
delinquent in November
and are eligible for tax certificate sale
in October of the following year. If you have unpaid taxes and
your property has
been advertised, a tax lien certificate
may be sold on your property.
To avoid the sale of a tax lien
certificate on your property,
you must pay your taxes in full or have entered into a
payment plan with the County Treasurer’s
office. You may also be responsible for additional fees and
with the tax lien certificate sale. For
information regarding your delinquent taxes and the
availability of payment plans,
call our Delinquent Tax Department at
Tax certificate sales are usually held
around the 2nd week of October.
For more information on purchasing Tax
Liens, contact the Treasurer’s office at 513-946-4800.
Please Note: All eligible
liens will be auctioned as a single block. The county does not
tax lien certificates. As
Ohio counties selling tax
certificates, the bulk sale or auction of tax
certificates in Hamilton
County is not designed for individual investors.