|Primary Sale Type:||Tax Deed|
|Secondary Type(s):||Tax Lien Certificate (select counties only)|
|Sale Date(s):||Annually: set by taxing jurisdiction (Lien)
Varies: set by taxing jurisdiction (Deed)
|Bid Type:||Bidding-Down-Interest (Lien)
Premium Bidding (Deed)
|Rate of Return:||18% per annum - maximum interest (Lien)|
|Redemption Period:||1 year from date of sale (Lien)
|Statute Section(s):||OH Revised Code - Title 57 CH 5721, 5723|
The two most populous areas in Ohio are Cuyahoga (1,393,000+) and Franklin (1,068,000+) County.
Only select counties were allowed to hold annual Certificate sales until recent legislation opened up the posibility for any county to opt to host a Tax Certificate sale. Most are still utilizing the Tax Deed system, but this may change over the next few years.
Auction Process / Redemption:
|Resource||Description||Instructions and Additional Information|
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