Indiana

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Primary Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate Secondary Type(s): Commissioner’s LienCommissioner’s Deed (select counties only) Sale Date(s): Annually: September – November (Lien)Varies: set by county (Deed) Bid Type: Premium Bidding Rate of Return: 10% – 6 months from date of sale15% – 7-12 months from date of sale Redemption Period: 1 year from date of sale (Lien)120 days from date of sale (Commissioner’s Lien) Over-the-Counter: NA Statute Section(s): IN Code – Title 6, Artical 1.1, CH 24 State Website: www.in.gov State Overview: There are 92 counties in the state of Indiana. County Directory The two most populous areas in Indiana are Marion (860,000+) and Lake (484,000+) County. Search Demographics: Indiana is classified as a Tax Lien state. All parcels that remain unsold after the first attempt are reoffered at a Commissioner’s Lien Sale. Commissioner’s liens may have reduced minimum bids along with a shortened redemption period of 120 days from the …



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