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  • Bidding at the Foreclosure Sale

     

    Sale Policy as of January 1, 2014

    A foreclosing lender who intends to take a property to sale must, by law, submit a written bid, detailing what is due and owing to them, to the Public Trustee’s office by noon two days before the sale.

    To find the lender's minimum bid, visit our Foreclosure Property Search View exit disclaimer policy page for links to 3rd party websites application or stop by the Public Trustee's office in person.

    If there is no bid entered for that week's sale, you can determine the status of a particular foreclosure by checking under “Basics,” within the Foreclosure Property Search application, for the next scheduled sale date Wednesday afternoon at the search site above.

    The Public Trustee has used all reasonable efforts to ensure that the pages and other information on this website do not contain any inaccurate or out-of-date information; however, we can make no guarantee or warranties about the accuracy or timeliness of the data. If you believe any material contained in this webpage is inaccurate, please call 303-271-8580.

    Funds accepted by the Public Trustee for all transactions:

    • Before the sale, you need to obtain a cashier’s check(s) or certified funds in the amount of your bid. Your check must be made payable to the Jefferson County Public Trustee.
    • Verifiable wire transfer - for the $10 wire fee - to the Public Trustee's account the day before the sale. If you are the unsuccessful bidder, we will issue a refund or wire the funds back to you for the $15 wire fee.
    • Successful bidders who wish to use cash must complete all necessary Internal Revenue Service forms at the time of sale. These forms are available in the Public Trustee's office.

     

     

    Last Updated: 1-6-2014