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Property tax sale scheduled
San Jacinto News- Times
COLDSPRING – More than 100 San Jacinto County properties seized in a tax sale will be auctioned to the highest bidders Tuesday, Aug. 1, on the courthouse steps. The sale includes numerous properties in Cape Royale, Wild Bird Country, Holiday Shores, Flowing Wells, Lake Waterwheel Estates and Cedar Lake Estates subdivisions, as well as rural properties countywide. The property, including but not limited to property located in Camilla Twin Harbors and Cedar Valley subdivisions may be subject to fl ood plain administration and, as such, maybe subject to strict rules and restrictions regarding its use and or development. The property may have other owners or lien holders not named in the suit. Tax sale purchasers are responsible for determining any liabilities or claims that may exist against the property, such as property owner association liens. There are no warranties. The purchaser buys the property as is. More information, including bidding instructions, mounts, which must be paid in addition to the winning bid, maps, plats and pictures, when available may be viewed at www.pbfcm. com. Flyers with listings will be available at the San Jacinto County Tax offi ce and Central Appraisal District. The tax sale begins at 10 a.m. The properties are sold at auction to satisfy judgments, interest, penalties and costs. Properties sold are subject to the right of the defendant or any person having an interest in the property to redeem the property within six months of the date the purchaser’s deed was recorded, upon payment of the amount of the bid for the property by the purchaser at the sale, including the amount of the tax due, recording fee and all taxes, penalties and interest and costs paid, plus 25 percent of the aggregate total; or within two years of the date the purchaser’s deed was recorded if the property was either the residence homestead of the owner or was designated for agricultural use as of the date the suit was fi led, upon payment of the amount bid for the property by the purchaser at such sale, the amount of the tax due, recording fee and all taxes, penalties and interest and costs paid, plus 50 percent of the aggregate total if redeemed in the second year. In addition to redeeming directly from the purchaser, redemption may also be made from the county tax collector in the event the purchaser at the tax sale cannot be located.