Saline County Arkansas Tax Sale

In Arkansas, the Tax Collector or Commissioner of State Lands will sell Tax Deeds to winning bidders at the Saline County Tax Deeds sale. Generally, the minimum bid at an Saline County Tax Deeds sale is the amount of back taxes owed plus interest, as well as any and all costs associated with selling the property.

According to state law, the sale of Arkansas Tax Deeds are final and the winning bidder is conveyed either a Tax Deed or a Sheriff's Deed. The purchaser of a tax deed may transfer title through a quitclaim deed but would need a quiet title action to sell the property with a Warranty Deed (given that a Tax Deed, Sheriff's Deed, or quitclaim deed are insufficient to acquire title insurance).

Properties not sold at the Saline County Tax Deeds sale are transferred to Saline County.

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Cities located in Saline County Arkansas

The following is a list of cities and towns located in Saline County Arkansas.

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following cities are sold at the Saline County Arkansas tax sale.

Town/City:  Population: 
Alexander, AR  12,926
Bauxite, AR  2,932
Benton, AR  48,080
Bryant, AR  48,080
East End, AR  4,396
Fenter, AR  1,942
Haskell, AR  39,898
Hensley, AR  4,396
Lonsdale, AR  1,334
Mabelvale, AR  11,437
Owensville, AR  1,334
Paron, AR  995
Royal Oak, AR  11,437
Shannon Hills, AR  11,437
Traskwood, AR  1,942
Tull, AR  39,898

Counties located in Arkansas

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

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following counties are sold at Arkansas 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: 
Arkansas County, AR  20,749
Ashley County, AR  24,209
Baxter County, AR  38,386
Benton County, AR  153,406
Boone County, AR  33,948
Bradley County, AR  12,600
Calhoun County, AR  5,744
Carroll County, AR  25,357
Chicot County, AR  14,117
Clark County, AR  23,546
Clay County, AR  17,609
Cleburne County, AR  24,046
Cleveland County, AR  8,571
Columbia County, AR  25,603
Conway County, AR  20,336
Craighead County, AR  82,148
Crawford County, AR  53,247
Crittenden County, AR  50,866
Cross County, AR  19,526
Dallas County, AR  9,210
Desha County, AR  15,341
Drew County, AR  18,723
Faulkner County, AR  86,014
Franklin County, AR  17,771
Fulton County, AR  11,642
Garland County, AR  88,068
Grant County, AR  16,464
Greene County, AR  37,331
Hempstead County, AR  23,587
Hot Spring County, AR  30,353
Howard County, AR  14,300
Independence County, AR  34,233
Izard County, AR  13,249
Jackson County, AR  18,418
Jefferson County, AR  84,278
Johnson County, AR  22,781
Lafayette County, AR  8,559
Lawrence County, AR  17,774
Lee County, AR  12,580
Lincoln County, AR  14,492
Little River County, AR  13,628
Logan County, AR  22,486
Lonoke County, AR  52,828
Madison County, AR  14,243
Marion County, AR  16,140
Miller County, AR  40,443
Mississippi County, AR  51,979
Monroe County, AR  10,254
Montgomery County, AR  9,245
Nevada County, AR  9,955
Newton County, AR  8,608
Ouachita County, AR  28,790
Perry County, AR  10,209
Phillips County, AR  26,445
Pike County, AR  11,303
Poinsett County, AR  25,614
Polk County, AR  20,229
Pope County, AR  54,469
Prairie County, AR  9,539
Pulaski County, AR  361,474
Randolph County, AR  18,195
Saline County, AR  83,529
Scott County, AR  10,996
Searcy County, AR  8,261
Sebastian County, AR  115,071
Sevier County, AR  15,757
Sharp County, AR  17,119
St. Francis County, AR  29,329
Stone County, AR  11,499
Union County, AR  45,629
Van Buren County, AR  16,192
Washington County, AR  157,715
White County, AR  67,165
Woodruff County, AR  8,741
Yell County, AR  21,139

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Saline County, AR

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