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Complete the Affidavit and send with your $2,000 certified fund bid deposit for your online bid request to be approved online.
Information shown is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed.
Buyer should verify all information prior to bidding on properties.
Winning Bidder "Buyer" Responsibilities
Buyers who purchase property at the Ingham County Treasurer's Auction will also be paying a
10% Buyers Premium on high bid price.
This will be added to the final bid price.
High Bid Price: $15,000.00
10% Buyers Premium: $1,500.00
Processing Fee per Lot: $30.00
Total Purchase Price: $16,530.00
$2,000 BID DEPOSIT IN CERTIFIED FUNDS MADE PAYABLE TO YOURSELSF MUST BE RECEIVED DAY OF AUCTION FOR YOUR BID REQUEST TO BE APPROVED
Property Information Package containing the complete list of all properties being offered, along with terms and conditions of the sale.
The Ingham County Treasurer makes no warranties, either expressed or implied,
as to the condition or safety of the structures.
Any person entering these structures does so at their own risk and by their entry affirmatively agrees to hold harmless:
The County of Ingham, Michigan, all elected and appointed officials, all employees and volunteers, all boards,
commissions and/or authorities and board members, including employees and volunteers thereof.
The Ingham County Treasurer requires that all registered bidders place a Deposit of $2,000.00 in Certified funds be held during the sale; these funds will be returned to you, if you are not successful bidder, exactly as given. (Certified funds should be made payable to to yourself; if you are not a successful bidder at the sale, you can redeposit the funds back into your account).
If you are a successful bidder, the deposited funds will be used towards your purchase. Any remaining balance owed is payable in Certified Funds (Bank Check), cash, personal or company check.
Deed Form required for each property purchased
Absentee Bid Form - All requirements must be met to be approved
Ingham Auction Catalog with property photos, along with terms and conditions of the sale
Buyer's who purchase properties at the Ingham County Treasurer's Auction are responsible for paying the current year summer and winter taxes, including any penalties and fees that become due and payable after the date of foreclosure, without any prorating, to the Local Unit of Government, where the property purchased is located (ie: Township, City, Village), and all future taxes associated with the property being purchased.
2021 Summer Taxes are included in the minimum bid
Deeds will not be issued until proof of payment is received by Ingham County Treasurer.
It is the buyer responsibility to provide proof of tax payments to Ingham County Treasurer.
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No parcel information available until July 2021
Live Auctions in 2021 at the Lansing Center
Masks required to enter Lansing Center
First Ingham Auction: Thursday, August 26, 2021 10:00 am
Second Ingham Auction: Monday, October 18, 2021 10:00 am
No Property Information available for first auction until July 2021
Pre-registration is highly recommended. You will still need to pay your bid deposit to receive a bid card.
County Treasurer reserves the right to change any information. Announcements made on sale day take precedence over previously printed matter. Information shown is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed. Buyer should verify all information prior to bidding on properties. Note, a new window will open for all forms(pdf) and catalogs.
Bid Deposit of $2,000 in Certified Funds Only*
Made payable to yourself.
Winning Bidder will sign over certified funds to Treasurer.
Refundable Deposit Required for ALL Bidder Approval in Ingham County
*NO CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED FOR DEPOSIT OR PAYMENTS
TERMS OF THE SALE SUMMARY
Ten Percent (10%) of the full purchase price (“Deposit”), with a minimum Deposit of $2,000.00, must be PAID IMMEDIATELY AT THE CONCLUSION of the sale AND RECEIVED IN 24 HOURS. The full purchase price must be paid within fourteen (14) days, of the date of the Land Sale Auction, deadline September 8, 2021.
The purchase price consists of the final bid price, a ten percent (10%) auctioneer fee, a $30.00 per parcel deed recording fee and will also include and require, where applicable, a performance bond to facilitate and guarantee compliance with any existing demolition order.
The 10% Deposit and minimum bid must be paid with certified bank check. The balance of the purchase price may be paid for by any negotiable instrument, including personal or business check, money orders and travelers checks, Sorry No Cash or CC Accepted in 2021.
The Treasurer may prosecute or sue any purchaser who delivers a check with insufficient funds or fails to consummate a purchase. Bidders who fail to consummate any purchase will forfeit all monies paid and will also be banned from bidding in ALL future Ingham County Treasurer’s Land Sale Auctions.
Payments should be made payable to
“Ingham County Treasurer”
The registered bidder is legally and financially responsible for all parcels bid upon whether representing oneself or acting as a representative.
Mail or deliver to:
Ingham County Courthouse
Ingham County Treasurer
341 S Jefferson St.
Mason, MI 48854
Disclaimer: the accuracy of all information shown, regardless of source, is not guaranteed or warranted.
All information should be independently verified.
Ingham Open House Schedule
*** The Ingham County Treasurer requires a performance bond for any parcel subject to an existing demolition order. This amount is not included in the minimum bid, but must be tendered prior to the transfer of title.
^Parcel will be Sold with a Historic Property Owner-occupancy Covenant.
This means that the house cannot be DEMOLISHED, or ALTERED
in any way that would affect its HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE.
*Parcel will be Sold with a Owner-Occupancy Covenant.
Buyer agrees and hereby affirms and declares that the Property shall not be at any time a rental property that is subject to regulation under the Codified Ordinances of the applicable local unit of government.