Public Auction site of Tax Reverted Lands

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2011 DELINQUENT TAXES

Feb 14, 2014

Circuit Court
Foreclosure Hearing

March 31, 2014
Last Day to Redeem
your 2011 taxes to Avoid Foreclosure

Aug. 20, 2014

Tax Foreclosure Auction

Oct 1, 2014

2nd Round Tax Foreclosure
Auction

 

 

 

 

 

    

 2012 DELINQUENT TAXES

 

 March 1, 2014

 Taxes are Forfeited 

 

March.31, 2015

Taxes are Foreclosed  

 

 

  

 

2013 DELINQUENT TAXES

March 1, 2015

Taxes are Forfeited

 

 

 

 

     

  Foreclosure Timeline Brochure (pdf)

  Where to Turn for Help (pdf)

  Property Tax Estimator

 Unclaimed Funds

HomeGovernmentDepartments / Offices > Treasurer

                 Monroe County Treasurer's Office

                         51 South Macomb St
                          Monroe, Mi 48161
                        734-240-7365 

   
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     KAY SISUNG
 MONROE COUNTY
     TREASURER
 

                                                         Hours of Operation
                                       Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
                    Open during the "lunch hour" to better serve the community.

 

 

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                    You can view property tax  information and pay delinquent taxes online at BS&A Online Services  

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           The Treasurer's Office accepts credit card payments for delinquent real property taxes.

 

The County Treasurer is elected on a partisan basis for a four-year term.  The duties and powers of the County Treasurer are provided by state law.  By statute, the County Treasurer is a member of the County Plat Board and the Election Commission.

The two main roles of the County Treasurer are the custodian of county funds and the collection of delinquent property taxes.

The Treasurer's Office receives revenue from many sources.  The main source of revenue is from property tax collection.  Other income is from state and federal grants, interest income from investments and other service fees.

The collection of property taxes involves the reimbursing of delinquent taxes to the taxing units.  The County then collects the delinquent taxes with interest.  If taxes remain unpaid for two (2) years after becoming delinquent, the County Treasurer per state statute forecloses on the taxes and sells the properties at auction.

                                                                                     

                      

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