When is the next Tax Lien Sale?
The sale is held every February approximately the second week. Actual date for the
sale will be determined in January.
Where will the sale be held?
The sale will be held at the: Treasurer’s Office in Clifton, Arizona
What are the hours of the sale?
The sale starts at 9:00 a.m. until all Parcels are offered.
Where can I obtain the list of the parcels being offered at the sale?
The parcel list will be available at the Treasurer’s Office. And will be published
in the County newspaper approximately 2 weeks before the sale. It can also be found
on the web at: www.ananews.com
Can I get the list on disk?
Yes, the cost is $50.00. If interested, contact the Treasurer’s Office at:
Can anyone bid at the sale?
You must be registered in order to bid.
How do I register to bid?
At the Treasurer’s Office we have a Bidder Information Card, which needs to be completed.
We require your legal name, the name of a contact person, a valid mailing address,
current phone number and S.S.# or a Tax ID number.
What type of payment is accepted?
Money Order, Certified Check, or Cash will be acceptable payment
Does the Treasurer’s Office help in researching parcel information?
No. The bidder must conduct any research on potential purchases.
Are there any fees associated with the purchase of a lien?
Yes. There is a $5.00 assignment fee, a $5.00 investor fee, and a $10.00 C.P. issuing
When will I receive my certificate?
The Treasurer’s Office is paperless, this means Certificates are no longer printed.
When you purchase a certificate the list is validated and a receipt will be issued
this will represent the purchase of your certificate.
What is the foreclosure process and will the County handle the foreclosure process
for a fee? If so what is that fee?
Judgement Deed - You can start foreclosure proceedings three years from the date
of the tax lien sale. You will need to hire an attorney. The attorney will give
you the cost and time involved. A Judgement Deed is an insurable deed. We no longer
will issue Treasurer's Deeds as of December 31, 2003.
Does your county hold a deed/land sale in addition to a tax lien sale?
Yes, you will need to contact the Greenlee County Board of Supervisors at: