In State Info by TSL Admin

Primary Sale Type: Tax Deed Secondary Type(s): Second Offering Tax Deed (reduced or no minimum bid) Sale Date(s): Biannually: July & October Bid Type: Premium Bidding Rate of Return: NA Redemption Period: NA Over-the-Counter: Deed Statute Section(s): MI Compiled Laws – CH 211 State Website: www.michigan.gov State Overview: There are 83 counties in Michigan. County Directory The two most populous areas in Michigan are Macomb (840,000+) and Kent (602,000+) County. Search Demographics: Michigan is classified as a Tax Deed State. Most counties hold their auctions through the company Title-Check, LLC. (www.tax-sale.info) There are at least 2 annual sale dates for these parcels, with the first sale requiring a minimum bid to purchase the lands. This minimum bid auction takes place at a date no earlier than July. The second auction, which takes place at least 28 days after the reserve auction, is an absolute sale, where the highest bidder becomes …

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