|Primary Sale Type:||Tax Deed|
|Sale Date(s):||Annually: May - June|
|Bid Type:||Premium Bidding|
|Rate of Return:||NA|
|Statute Section(s):||UT Code - Title 59, CH 2|
The two most populous areas in Utah are Salt Lake (1,029,000+) and Utah (516,000+) County.
Utah is classified as a Tax Deed state. Sales are conducted annually, usually on the 3rd Thursday in May, by the county treasurer. The county holds the property for a period of four years from the date when the property first became delinquent. On March 15 following the fourth year, a tax sale listing will be made for all outstanding properties. OTC Deeds are available when parcels aren't purchased at the annual sale.
Auction Process / Redemption:
|Resource||Description||Instructions and Additional Information|
|Utah Association of Counties||Contact information for all 29 County Treasurers (together with other county officials including the Assessor, Auditor and the Recorder.)||NA|
|Utah State Tax Commission, Property Tax Division||The following links take you to sites maintained by various county governments that provide real property tax searches.||NA|
|Utah Legal Notices||A great resource for finding lists.||Keyword search for all the Utah newspaper public notices.|