When do I own the tax sale property?
If your bid is accepted, you will need to pay the bid amount in the County Treasurer's Office, where you will be given a receipt and a Tax Sale Certificate signed by the Miami County Auditor and the Miami County Treasurer. However, a Tax Sale Certificate does not convey ownership to the property.

Ownership will be conveyed through a Tax Deed that is issued by the Miami County Auditor pursuant to the statutory requirements. You do not own the property until you receive this deed. For more information please call 508-495-7360.

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1. When is the tax sale held?
2. When do you certify properties for the tax sale?
3. What properties are eligible for the tax sale?
4. Do I need to register before the tax sale?
5. Is there a minimum bid at the tax sale?
6. When do I own the tax sale property?
7. How will I know if my property is in the tax sale?
8. How late may I pay my delinquent taxes?
9. Where can I see a listing of properties in the tax sale?
10. Are Real Estate Tax Sales the same as the Sheriff's Sales?