Foreclosure and Land Auction
On April 3, 2012 Lapeer County foreclosed fifty-three (53)
properties with unpaid 2009 taxes.
There is no redemption period. PREVIOUS OWNERS CANNOT GET THEM BACK.
FORECLOSURE IS FINAL. Foreclosed properties are offered first to the State of Michigan, then to the local units and then to Lapeer County & Lapeer County Land Bank. Properties not purchased by governmental
entities will be sold at public auction. The next auction date is still to be determined. Bidding will start at all taxes and fees incurred on each parcel.
Below you will find
links to the following information:
- Foreclosure List for Lapeer
County. The list includes parcels we plan to offer at auction. An
estimated minimum bid has not yet been determined. It will be added
to the foreclosure list once available.
2013 Foreclosure List
- Policy and application form
to apply for a Deferral of Foreclosure due to Financial Hardship for
Residential Properties. Please note: this policy is for properties in
forfeiture, not foreclosure. Deferral applications will be accepted as
late as the date of the administrative hearing in February, 2013.
Financial Hardship Policy for Residential Properties
- Policy and application form to
apply for a Deferral of Foreclosure for Commercial and Industrial
Properties. Deferral applications will be accepted as late as the date of
the administrative hearing in February, 2013.
Financial Hardship Policy for Commercial and
These are information sheets
describing the foreclosed properties. Each sheet contains a property
description, map, photo and estimated minimum bid information. They are in