Yavapai County Tax Deed Auction Now Underway Featured

David McAtee May 10, 2022 67
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Yavapai County Tax Deed Auction is underway

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  • All properties are sold “as is”
  • Minimum bid is provided
  • The auction concludes Friday, May 13 @ 5 PM
  • You can bid online
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County tax deed auction is now underway


The Board of Supervisor’s 2021/2022 Tax Deed Sale Auction in now underway. The Board of Supervisors of Yavapai County will sell to the highest bidder the real properties held in the name of the State of Arizona by tax deed pursuant to A.R.S. 42-18301 and 42-18302. The minimum bid for each property is listed in the official “List of Auction Parcels” document that can be found at Yavapaiaz.gov in the news section. 


All properties are offered for sale "as-is, where-is". No warranties or representations are made regarding the properties, including but not limited to, availability of water, utilities, irrigation, sewers, access, ingress, street or road maintenance, zoning, applicability of subdivision plat, suitability for building, flood plain status, or any other physical characteristics or title issues relating to the property.  

Do not bid if you are unsure of the property being offered, your bid is your offer to purchase. No refunds will be issued. 

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