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Riverside to auction tax-defaulted properties

Nearly 2,500 Riverside County properties are at risk of being sold by the county due to their tax-default status.

Excluding any last-minute payments, the parcels will have been in default for five years on July 1 due to insufficient payment of property taxes, according to the county Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office.

By law, the properties will then become eligible for public auction.

“Our office is eager to reach out to the community,” said Matthew Jennings, Riverside County’s treasurer-tax collector, in a statement. “Ultimately, our goal is to ensure proper noticing, but also being engaged with property owners on the alternatives and resources available to assist them with their status.”

Property owners may secure an installment payment plan on or before June 30, 2024. After that, the entire balance must be paid in full to prevent the tax-defaulted property from being sold at auction.

All defaulted properties can be found at: For more information visit, or call the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s office at (952) 955-1961.

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  1. What are the steps to aquire these properties?

  2. Freddrick Knox

    How can I get the list?

  3. Ervin Shaw, [email protected] what are the requirements to purchase a property?

  4. Looking for requirements.

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