FLORIDA OVERBIDS WEBSITE CONTAINS:

WHAT – WHERE – DETAILS

You are shown what Tax Deeds are being auctioned, Where the Auction is located (Online or the Physical address) and the website where you can research the Tax Deeds (if available) as well as a link to the County’s FAQ page

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RESEARCH

You will need to research at some point during the process, so we give you links to each county’s Clerk of Court, Property Appraiser, Property Tax Collector and Official Records websites.

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LINKS TO COUNTY-SUPPLIED SURPLUS RECORDS (OR HOW TO GET THEM), VIDEOS ON HOW TO OBTAIN LISTS, THE CLAIM PROCESS AND COUNTY CONTACT INFO

Tax Deed Auction Calendars updated weekly to show you all Tax Deed Auction Dates for each county

The Client Forms You Need

 

Surplus Claim Forms for ALL 67 Counties

Videos showing you how to research the Ownership & Encumbrance Reports to find any liens on the property

WHAT YOU LEARN

  • General Tax Deed Auction information and procedures for each county you choose
  • How to find upcoming auction dates for that county
  • How to view which Properties/Tax Deeds are up for each auction date for that county
  • Where the Auctions are held for that county (Website if Online, Address if In Person)
  • County’s Tax Deed FAQ page for that county
  • Where to find and research the liens and encumbrances that may take some/all of the surplus for that county
  • County Websites for Additional Research for that county

WHAT YOU RECEIVE


  • A County Page with all links you will need for Surplus Claims for this county
    • What Tax Deeds are coming up to auction
    • Where is the auction held
    • When is the auction held
    • Locate & Research the Tax Deed Documents
    • County Clerk of Court
    • Property Appraiser
    • Tax Collector
    • Official Records

  • Forms Pack for each County to which you subscribe
    • County Tax Deed Surplus Claim Form(s)
    • Claim Tracking Sheet
    • First Contact Letter (Suggestions for contacting potential client)
    • Assignment of Interest Form
    • Contingency Agreement Form
    • Limited Power of Attorney Form
    • W-9 (IRS) Form

  • Q&A Page where you can ask County-Specific Tax Deed Surplus questions. You will also be able to see any other questions previously asked and answered.