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Tax Lien Certificates - Tax Deed Sales In North Carolina NC

North Carolina (NC) does not conduct tax lien sales. NC sales are called property tax foreclosure sales.  Here is a summary of information for tax sales:

No extended right of redemption.

North Carolina tax lien certificate auctions

Tax lien sales are not offered. Deed sales are held in December  

North Carolina tax deed or tax foreclosure sales

NC also conducts formalized tax foreclosure or tax deed sales about 4 times per year.

Bidding Process             

All tax sales are by competitive bid.  There is a 10 day upset period after the sale. During that period anyone can trigger a resale by bidding the greater of 5% or $750.

State Specific Information

NC is a decent tax sale state because the state conducts both tax lien and tax deed sales and the tax foreclosure sales are 4 times per year so the state has many bidding opportunities.

County-owned surplus properties are available in some cases.

Visit this resource to learn more:

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North Carolina Tax Foreclosure Auctions or Sales are in December

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