Tax-forfeited parcels are properties on which delinquent property taxes were not paid, title to the land and buildings was forfeited, and title is now vested in the State of Minnesota. Following a review period and in accordance with Minnesota State law, these properties are classified and open to the public to purchase.
All property is sold as is and may not conform to local building and zoning ordinances.
The county makes no warranty that the land is suitable for building. All sales are final, and no refunds or exchanges are permitted. We highly recommend that you thoroughly research any tax-forfeited parcels before purchase.
Interested Parties Mailing List
You may be added to an interested parties mailing list for updates related to tax-forfeited properties. Please complete the Tax Forfeiture Mailing List form to be added to the list for the next sale. Updates may be provided in writing or via email. You must re-register for each sale as the list is deleted following each mailing.
Notice of Expiration of Redemption
Current list of Notice of Expiration of Redemption.
Properties Currently Available for Purchase
The properties listed below are currently available for purchase at the front counter of Property and Environmental Resources.
Please read the Terms of Public Sale. More information on Torrens Property can be found here .
|Parcel Identification Number
| Appraised Value
=Basic Sales Price
|LOT 8 EXECEPT THE NORTHWESTERLY 100.00 FEET OF SAID
LOT 8 AND LOT 7 EXCEPT THE NORTHWESTERLY 155.74 FEET
OF SAID LOT 7 ALL IN BLOCK 15 DUKE'S ADDITION TO MANKATO
|AUDITOR'S PLAT OF BARNARD'S ADDITION E10' OF W60' OF S10' OF LT 1 BLK 1
Asterisked (*) parcels above will have the following restriction: Pursuant to Minnesota Statute Section 103F.535, Subd. 1, the above described property conveyed by this deed is not eligible for enrollment in a State of Minnesota funded program providing compensation for conservation of marginal land or wetland.
Double Asterisked (**) parcels above have special assessments that were levied before forfeiture. The balance of any special assessments that were levied BEFORE forfeiture and canceled at forfeiture and which exceed the amount of the basic sale price may be reassessed by the municipality. Any special assessments, which were levied AFTER forfeiture and certified to Property and Environmental Resources, have been added to the appraised value and must be paid by the purchaser as part of the basic sale price. Future special assessments not yet assessed are the responsibility of the purchaser.