Frequently Asked Questions
How are minimum bids established on tax cases?
Tax cases have a minimum bid that is established before the sale date. They are not appraised and the dollar amount you see in the newspaper or website is only for the back taxes and does not include court costs.
The minimum bid at the time of the sale will include the taxes and court costs. 

2329 .36( c) Of the Ohio Revised Code requires successful bidders to pay recording and conveyance fees to the Sheriff for Sales. These fees will be assessed above the bid and will be included in the final balance.

2329.21 The purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover.
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