General Information on Foreclosure Sales
Franklin, Denney, Ward & Strosnider PLC, and its attorneys serve as trustees or substitute trustees charged with the task of selling real estate at foreclosure. From time to time, the Firm and/or its attorneys may also sell property as a court-appointed special commissioner. The information provided on the Firm’s website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and the viewer. All viewers of this website or prospective bidders should retain their own legal representation to advise them concerning their rights related to any property sales.
Although we attempt to provide accurate information regarding property sales, the Firm disclaims any and all liability for any damages incurred by any person for any inaccurate information or omissions regarding any property listed on our website. All users of this website agree that the Firm and its attorneys shall not be liable for any damages resulting from a person’s reliance on the sales information provided on the Firm’s website.
The legal advertisements which are placed in the local newspaper contain the specific terms and conditions of the sale. This website and the information contained herein do not alter or modify those terms in any way.
The property owner retains title and ownership of the property until the auction is finalized. The Firm will not be able to assist you in viewing the property prior to the sale. You may consult real estate tax assessments for information regarding the square footage and number of rooms for a specific property.
Successful bidders are must submit the required deposit at the time of the sale in either cash or (preferably) by certified check. No personal checks will be accepted. Please see the legal advertisement to determine the amount of the deposit that is required for each particular property (generally, but not always, 10%). The balance of the purchase price will be due by the date set forth in the legal advertisement (generally, but not always, within 30 days).
All property is sold without warranty in "as is" condition. Title will be conveyed by a Trustee’s Deed with Special Warranty. The purchaser shall have the responsibility to seek evictions of any persons who may be occupying the property following the foreclosure sale.