Properties that have been in default for five (5) or more years may become subject to the Tax Collector's Power to Sell. Power to Sell is a legally binding document that is recorded by the Tax Collector with the County Recorder's Office which gives the Tax Collector the legal authority to sell the property at auction as an effort to recoup any and all unpaid taxes and fees; this collection effort is required and governed by California Revenue and Taxation Code. In order to avoid Power to Sell being filed against your property, you would need to redeem (payoff) your property taxes prior to the fifth (5th) anniversary of your default date or enroll in and successfully maintain an Installment Plan of Redemption ("payment plan"). For those properties that remain in a tax-defaulted status for five years or more, are not enrolled in a good-standing payment plan, and have had Power to Sell filed against them will be offered for sale at public auction.
The County of Yuba currently utilizes online auction sites to conduct its tax sales (auctions). Dates and times of upcoming auctions will be available on this website as they become available.
A note to prospective bidders: All properties are sold AS IS. Once a successful bid has been made, there are NO REFUNDS. It is the sole responsibility of all potential bidders to do their own due diligence research PRIOR to bidding on any property offered for sale at auction.
CURRENT AUCTION INFORMATION:
Our next auction is tentatively scheduled for February 2020.
This section will be updated with additional information as it becomes available.
PREVIOUS AUCTION INFORMATION:
April 2017 Reoffer Auction
February 2017 Auction
February 2014 Auction
- Property List (pdf)
- Terms of Sale (pdf)
- Auction Results(pdf)
- Notice of Right to Claim Excess Proceeds (pdf)
- Publication – Notice of Right to Claim Excess Proceeds (pdf)
February 2012 Auction