Real Estate Sales

All sales are conducted on the Lower Level of the Court House on dates specified below and as set forth in HB390.

This webpage is for informational purposes only and may not contain the latest or most accurate information. Every attempt is made to make available the most current information. The official list of upcoming properties to be sold can be found in the Record Herald (advertised in advance of the sale.) 

Note: We cannot verify any information contained on a 3rd party website.

Terms of Foreclosure Sales

The bids will start at 2/3 of the appraised value on primary sale dates (or the minimum bid set by the Court). On provisional sale dates the property will be sold with a no minimum bid. Deposit requirements for all third-party purchasers are based on the appraised value of each property. See Sheriff Sale FAQs (PDF)

Payment and a completed purchaser information form is required to be produced immediately upon the sold announcement. Failure to produce both will result in the property being immediately auctioned and sold again. Payment must be made in the form of a business check, bank or cashier's check or money order (Payable to: The Fayette County Sheriff's Office). No personal checks or cash will be accepted.

Terms of Delinquent Tax Sales

The required deposit amount for Tax Sales is the starting bid.  Payment and a completed purchaser information form is required to be produced immediately upon the sold announcement. Failure to produce both will result in the property being immediately auctioned and sold again. Payment must be made in the form of a business check, bank or cashier's check or money order (Payable to: The Fayette County Sheriff's Office). No personal checks or cash will be accepted.

Active 2019 Sheriff Sales