|Primary Sale Type:||Redeemable Tax Deed|
|Sale Date(s):||Varies: set by taxing jurisdiction
|Bid Type:||Premium Bidding|
|Interest Rate:||10% per annum|
|Redemption Period:||1 year from date of sale
|Statute Section(s):||Tennessee Code Title 67|
The two most populous areas in Tennessee are Shelby (897,000+) and Davidson (569,000+) County.
Tennessee is classified as a Tax Deed state. Tax Deeds purchased in Tennessee are still subject to a redemption period, making them Redeemable Tax Deeds. Sale dates vary and are set by the local tax collector. OTC properties are also available, and are usually called 'County Surplus Properties'.
Auction Process / Redemption:
|Resource||Description||Instructions and Additional Information|
|Tennessee County Service Association||Links to county websites, if such exists.||NA|
|Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury, Division of Property Assessment||Contact information for all 95 county trustees and Assessors.||NA|
|Tennessee Real Estate Assessment Data||Select County for assessment information.||NA|
|US Title Search||Subscription-bases records (deeds) search site.||NA|
|Tennessee County Trustee Associaton||The Tennessee County Trustee's Association has links to many counties' trustee sites and other assessment data search tools.||NA|