Michigan Tax Deeds

In Michigan, the tax collector or treasurer will sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sale.

Tax Sale Type: Tax Deeds (Sec. 211.78m New Window)

Contact: County Tax Collector (Sec. 211.78m New Window)

Bid Procedure: Premimu Bid (Sec. 211.78m (2) New Window)

Law: Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 211, Sec. 211.60 et seq., "Sale, Redemption, and Conveyance of Delinquent Tax Lands." New Window

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Yasmeen Keith
Today my tenant just gave me a notice from Wayne County Treasury stating my property will be forclosed due to property taxes ibetween October 1-24, 2012. Today is November 9, 2012. But when I looked up how much I owed on the property on the Wayne County Treasury website today, it stated that if I pay a certain amount by November 30, 2012 I could keep the property. Since it's still on this website does that mean it has not been auctioned or something like that yet? The house is paid off, the only thing I pay are property taxes. What does all this mean? Did I lose the property? How can I regain possession (if I lost it)? What is, and is there, a redemption period? How much do I have to pay if I'm able to get it back if I lost it (I owe 2010 and 2011 property taxes)? I'm scared and desperate because Im not working and my property pays my rent, I'm in school and financial aid does not pay my expenses. Therefore I only have a certain amount of money. Without my property I would be homeless because I have no family or friends that are qualified or willing to help. Please tell me if I have any options and what they are. Please respond asap because recently I had a brain injury and was hospitilized. During the injury I incured $5000.00 worth of dental repairs. The dentist said if I don't get them repaired soon the roots will die and they will have to pay pull them. But I don't have the money for that either. I say this to say, I need to know how much I have to pay the treasury if I did't lose my property, or get it back, so that I can know if I will be able to fix my teeth befre it's too late. It's my four front top teeth (I'm only 40)!
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There is no redemption period. The sale is final and you are conveyed a tax title / deed to the property.
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What is the redemption period in Michigan for tax deeds?
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Counties located in Michigan

The following is a list of counties located in the state of Michigan.

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following counties are sold at Michigan county tax sales.

Learn more about each county's individual tax sale process by clicking on the name of the county for which you are interested from the list below:

County / Municipality:  Population: 
Alcona County, MI  11,719
Alger County, MI  9,862
Allegan County, MI  105,665
Alpena County, MI  31,314
Antrim County, MI  23,110
Arenac County, MI  17,269
Baraga County, MI  8,746
Barry County, MI  56,755
Bay County, MI  110,157
Benzie County, MI  15,998
Berrien County, MI  162,453
Branch County, MI  45,787
Calhoun County, MI  137,985
Cass County, MI  51,104
Charlevoix County, MI  26,090
Cheboygan County, MI  26,448
Chippewa County, MI  38,543
Clare County, MI  31,252
Clinton County, MI  64,753
Crawford County, MI  14,273
Delta County, MI  38,520
Dickinson County, MI  27,472
Eaton County, MI  103,655
Emmet County, MI  31,437
Genesee County, MI  436,141
Gladwin County, MI  26,023
Gogebic County, MI  17,370
Grand Traverse County, MI  77,654
Gratiot County, MI  42,285
Hillsdale County, MI  46,527
Houghton County, MI  36,016
Huron County, MI  36,079
Ingham County, MI  279,320
Ionia County, MI  61,518
Iosco County, MI  27,339
Iron County, MI  13,138
Isabella County, MI  63,351
Jackson County, MI  158,422
Kalamazoo County, MI  238,603
Kalkaska County, MI  16,571
Kent County, MI  574,335
Keweenaw County, MI  2,301
Lake County, MI  11,333
Lapeer County, MI  87,904
Leelanau County, MI  21,119
Lenawee County, MI  98,890
Livingston County, MI  156,951
Luce County, MI  7,024
Mackinac County, MI  11,943
Macomb County, MI  788,149
Manistee County, MI  24,527
Marquette County, MI  64,634
Mason County, MI  28,274
Mecosta County, MI  40,553
Menominee County, MI  25,326
Midland County, MI  82,874
Missaukee County, MI  14,478
Monroe County, MI  145,945
Montcalm County, MI  61,266
Montmorency County, MI  10,315
Muskegon County, MI  170,200
Newaygo County, MI  47,874
Oakland County, MI  1,194,156
Oceana County, MI  26,873
Ogemaw County, MI  21,645
Ontonagon County, MI  7,818
Osceola County, MI  23,197
Oscoda County, MI  9,418
Otsego County, MI  23,301
Ottawa County, MI  238,314
Presque Isle County, MI  14,411
Roscommon County, MI  25,469
Saginaw County, MI  210,039
Sanilac County, MI  44,547
Schoolcraft County, MI  8,903
Shiawassee County, MI  71,687
St. Clair County, MI  164,235
St. Joseph County, MI  62,422
Tuscola County, MI  58,266
Van Buren County, MI  76,263
Washtenaw County, MI  322,895
Wayne County, MI  2,061,162
Wexford County, MI  30,484

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