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Los Angeles County to Conduct Largest Ever Online Tax-Defaulted Property Auction Through Bid4Asse
Sale will open August 4th with over 1,000 properties starting at $1,426.00
Following an annual in-person tax-defaulted property auction in October 2017 and follow-up online auction in December 2017, Los Angeles County is once again hosting an online sale through auction website Bid4Assets.com. The August 2018 online sale will expose properties to a wider range of buyers in order to return more distressed properties to the tax rolls. Funds generated support essential county services, which can face shortfalls when taxes go unpaid.
"We're honored to serve Los Angeles County in conducting their public auction for tax-defaulted properties,"
Auctions will open August 4th at 6:00 PM ET (3:00 PM PT) and begin closing at staggered times between 11:00 AM ET (8 AM PT) and 5:50 PM ET (2:50 PM PT) on August 7th. A free Bid4Assets account is required to participate in the sale. Bidders must submit a $5,035 deposit to qualify for bidding. Deposits are due by July 31st. You can view a list of properties available in the sale at www.bid4assets.com/
Bid4Assets (http://www.bid4assets.com) is an online auction site based in Silver Spring, Md. The privately held company auctions distressed real estate for the federal government, county tax-collectors, financial institutions and real estate funds. Bid4Assets is particularly active with county governments in California, where it has conducted tax-defaulted property sales for the counties of Monterey, Humboldt, Yolo, Napa, Riverside, San Francisco, Imperial, San Diego, Siskiyou, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Santa Cruz and Los Angeles, to name a few. Since its inception in 1999, the company has sold more than 100,000 properties nationwide and grossed over a billion dollars in sales.
Bid4Assets Marketing Manager