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Real Estate Property Tax - Delinquent Tax Certificate Sale

General InformationProperty RedemptionCollector's DeedPost Third Offering

     LISTING OF THE 2018 POST THIRD OFFERING TAX SALE PROPERTIES SOLD - APRIL 19, 2018

LISTING OF THE 2017 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 28, 2017

 

LISTING OF THE 2016 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 22, 2016

 

LISTING OF THE 2015 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 24, 2015

LISTING OF THE 2014 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 25, 2014

LISTING OF THE 2013 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 26, 2013

LISTING OF THE 2012 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 27, 2012

LISTING OF THE 2011 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 22, 2011

LISTING OF THE 2010 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 23, 2010

LISTING OF THE 2009 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 24, 2009

LISTING OF THE 2008 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 25, 2008

LISTING OF THE 2007 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 27, 2007

LISTING OF THE 2006 TAX SALE PROPERTIES THAT WERE SOLD - AUGUST 28, 2006

General Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Property Redemption

Property sold at the tax certificate sale for delinquent taxes may be redeemed within one year from the issuance of a certificate of purchase as follows; and thereafter until a collector's deed is issued:

  1. property may be redeemed by the owner of record, or by any person holding a publicly recorded deed of trust, mortgage, lease, lien or claim upon the property. If property is being redeemed on the owner’s or lienholder’s behalf, a signed statement of authorization from the owner or lienholder must accompany the redemption request;

  2. please advise the collector’s office at least twenty-four hours prior to the date you will be redeeming to schedule an appointment and allow twenty minutes to process;

  3. pay the collector the bid amount on the certificate of purchase plus 10% annual interest on the amount of sale less any surplus;

  4. pay the collector the amount of any subsequent years’ taxes paid, if applicable, plus 8% annual interest;

  5. pay the reasonable and customary costs of a title search and/or any required mailings that have been provided to the collector by the purchaser;  
    • only reimbursable if cost incurred after March 1st following the date of purchase of the tax sale certificate                                                                                                                                          
  6. pay the cost to record the release of the certificate of purchase; and,                                                                            
  7. payments must be made by cashier’s check, money order, or bank draft. No personal checks or credit/debit cards will be accepted.

Any tax sale bid amount which resulted in a surplus amount above the delinquent taxes and sales costs paid by the certificate of purchase holder is available for the owner of record. If undisputed, the surplus amount may be obtained from the Boone County Treasurer. Disputed claims are determined at a public hearing before the Boone County Commission.

The collector’s office notifies the certificate of purchase holder when the property has been redeemed.

The certificate of purchase must be surrendered to the collector before the holder will be reimbursed the bid amount plus interest. The collector will provide a check to the certificate of purchase holder for the redeemed amount.

A certificate of redemption will be issued to the owner of record when property is redeemed. The certificate of purchase holder will receive a copy of the certificate of redemption.

Collector's Deed

If the property has not been redeemed during the one year redemption period, the holder of the certificate of purchase may apply for and receive a collector’s deed provided the following has occurred:

  1. all current taxes that have accrued on the property have been paid;

  2. the legal holder of the certificate of purchase is named as the original tax sale purchaser or the assignee on the original certificate of purchase;

  3. the purchaser obtained a title search report from a licensed attorney or licensed title company detailing the ownership and encumbrances on the property;                                                                                    
  4. the purchaser has provided an affidavit to the collector, that at least 90 days prior to the date when the purchaser is authorized to acquire the deed, the purchaser has notified the owner of record at the last known available address and anyone with publicly recorded unreleased deed of trust, mortgage, lease, lien, judgment, or publicly recorded claim upon the property, by first class mail and certified mail return receipt requested, of the right to redeem; and the affidavit must include:
    • name of purchaser; date of sale; legal description of property purchased; date and to whom every required notice was sent;
  5. the purchaser has provided a copy of the title search report to the collector;
  6. the purchaser has provided a copy of the following for each recipient, to the collector:
    • 1st class mail & certified mail notices;
    • addressed envelopes as they appeared immediately before mailing;
    • certified mail receipt as it appeared upon its return;
    • any returned regular mailed envelopes; and,
    • certification of any other attempted notices;                                                                                                  
  7. the original certificate of purchase has been surrendered to the collector; and;
  8. appropriate fees have been paid to the collector including recording fees.

* Failure to comply with any of the above requirements may result in the loss of the purchaser’s lien on the property.

* Failure of the purchaser to obtain a collector's deed within 18 months from the date on the certificate of purchase results in the loss of the purchaser's lien on the property.

* If the property goes to tax sale again, the first holder of certificate of purchase must surrender the certificate of purchase and is entitled to any unclaimed surplus from the first sale without interest.

* Property liens, with possible exception of a federal tax lien, are extinguished once a collector’s deed is issued.

*Properties sold will be subject to recorded covenants and easements that run with the land or are in use.

Post Third Offering

 

Properties that have been offered at the Delinquent Tax Certificate Sale for three years and have received no bids, may be offered by the collector at any time and for any amount.

 

Properties will be advertised in the local newspaper 30 days before the bidding is open. Properties will also be posted online at www.showmeboone.com/collector. The properties will be listed in the following format: owner of record, parcel number, legal description, total amount due, and minimum bid amount.

       

 

  1. Bidders must register to bid within 10 business days before the bidding is open.
    1. Bidders must sign an affidavit, in the presence of a notary public, stating that he/she is not currently delinquent on any tax payments on any property. Failure to sign such affidavit, as well as signing a false affidavit, may invalidate the tax sale.
    2. Affidavits are available in the collector's office and website.
    3. A bidder number will be assigned to the bidder. The bidder number must be written on all correspondences.
  2. Bidders will have 10 business day to submit a sealed bid to the collector's office.
    1. Bidder sheets may be acquired from the collector's office or website,
    2. Bidder envelopes may be acquired from the collector's office. If using their own envelope, bidders must write the following on the envelope:

       

      • Front

      Boone County Collector

      ATTN: Post Third Offering Tax Sale Bid

      801 E Walnut St. Rm. 118

      Columbia, MO 65201

       

      • Back

      Bidder #__________

      Parcel #________________________

    3. Sealed bids must be received in the collector's office by 5:00 p.m. of the last day of the bidding period.
    4. Collector's office will note the date and time on the envelope when received and acknowledge the same.
  3. Sealed bids will be opened and acknowledged during a commission meeting.
    1. The successful bidder will be notified after the commission meeting.
    2. Public disclosure will be published on the collector's website.
  4. Payment must be received within 5 business days after the bid is awarded.
    1. Payment must be in the form of certified funds - cash, cashier's check, and money order. Personal checks and credit/debit cards are not accepted.
    2. Additional payment of $27.00 in the form of certified funds must be made to the Recorder of Deeds to record the Collector's Deed.
    3. Payment must be received in the collector's office by 5:00 p.m. of the last day of the payment period.
    4. If payment is not received by the bidder within the prescribed time, the bidder will be disqualified and the property will be awarded to the next qualified highest bidder.
  5. Upon receipt of payment from the bidder a collector's deed will be recorded and issued.
  6. There is no redemption period for the owner of record.

 

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