North Carolina Tax Sales and Tax Defaulted Properties by city
Tax sales and tax liens are those properties that have foreclosed due to the property owner failing to pay the property or local taxes due. In an effort to recoup lost it's lost revenue, the local government will take ownership of the property and put it on the market. These tax properties for sale typically become available to the public via an auction, where the local government will sell either a tax deed or tax lien.
Usually, the minimum bid for tax defaulted properties is usually the sum of back-owed property taxes, plus accrued interest and selling costs associated with selling the property. This can mean a selling price well below market value.
Start your search for these bargain North Carolina tax sales below.