Lenders and Bidders

Bidding at the Foreclosure Sale

The Public Trustee schedules sales of properties in foreclosure on Thursdays at 10 A.M. as a LIVE in person Auction.

Lenders that intend to sell property at a foreclosure sale must submit a written bid to the Public Trustee no later than noon two business days prior to the scheduled date of sale.

You can determine if a bid has been submitted on a particular property by either of the following methods:

  • The Active Foreclosure Report to view all the properties going to sale and the opening bid submitted by the lender. This list is uploaded to our website on Tuesday afternoon and updated on Wednesday and Thursday.

If a bid has not been submitted, the sale date may be continued.

You can determine the new sale date by either of the following methods:

  • The Active Foreclosure Report to to see all files on which the scheduled sale date has been continued.

The office of the Public Trustee has a written policy regarding the conduct of a foreclosure sale.

You are encouraged to preregister a week or more prior to bidding on any property scheduled for sale. 

We do not post a Post Sale report. If you want to know what a property sold for at auction, you can contact our Public Trustee Office.

The Public Trustee has used all reasonable efforts to ensure that the pages and other information on this website do not contain any inaccurate or out-of-date information. However, we can make no guarantee or warranties about the accuracy or timeliness of the data. If you believe any material contained in this webpage is inaccurate, please call 719-486-4117.