Property Auctions

The 2023 Tax Foreclosed Property Auctions are over - please check back here next June for more information about the upcoming 2024 auctions.

By law, tax-foreclosed property must be sold at public auction. Auctions are held on You must register for the auction on prior to the first auction date to bid on property.

Bidders are encouraged to do all due diligence before participating in the auction. Helpful research sources may include: local city/township assessors, treasurers, and building departments, Washtenaw County Environmental Health, Water Resources, Road Commission, and Building Inspection. Some of this information can be found through the BS&A Online municipal directory.

Please read all Terms and Conditions (PDF) carefully and thoroughly. All properties are sold as is and where is; purchasers release the Treasurer from all liability.

Former Property Owners/Interest Holders

The Michigan Legislature passed MCL 211.78t which allows those who hold title or equity interest in property at the time of foreclosure to claim remaining proceeds, if any, after sale or transfer of the property. Claimants begin this process by filing form 5743 with the County Treasurer by the July 1 immediately following the foreclosure date.

To sign up for auction updates via email, go to our Notify Me page and click the mail icon next to the 'Treasurer Property Auctions' list.