In Delaware, the County Tax Collector will sell Tax Deeds (Hybrid) to winning bidders at the New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid) sale. Generally, the minimum bid at an New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid) sale is the amount of back taxes owed, as well as any and all costs associated with selling the property.
The sale of Delaware Tax Deeds (Hybrid) are final and winning bidders are conveyed either a Tax Deed or a Sheriff's Deed. However, according to state law, Tax Deeds (Hybrid) purchased at an New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid) sale have a redemption period attached to the New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid). This is a period of time in which the former owner can reclaim the property by repaying the amount bid at the New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid) sale plus None 15%.
In order to redeem, the former owner must pay New Castle County None 15% on the amount the winning bidder paid to purchase the property at the New Castle County Tax Deeds (Hybrid).
Below you will find a collection of the latest user questions and comments relating to the sale of tax lien certificates and tax deed properties in New Castle County Delaware.
The following is a list of cities and towns located in New Castle County Delaware. Tax Deeds (Hybrid) for properties located in the following cities are sold at the New Castle County Delaware tax sale.
|Delaware City, DE||1,600|
|New Castle, DE||55,576|
|Port Penn, DE||86|
|Saint Georges, DE||48|
|Talleyville Postal Store, DE||21,022|
The following is a list of counties located in the state of Delaware. Tax Deeds (Hybrid) for properties located in the following counties are sold at Delaware county tax sales.
Learn more about each county's individual tax sale process by clicking on the name of the county for which you are interested from the list below:
|Kent County, DE||126,697|
|New Castle County, DE||500,265|
|Sussex County, DE||156,638|