Upcoming tax foreclosure auctions
14CV7710 - Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County, Kansas vs. Crossings of Spring Hill LLC, et al.
The tax foreclosure auction scheduled for Friday, September 21, 2018 in the case of Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County, Kansas, v. Crossings of Spring Hill, LLC, et al., Case No. 14CV07710, has been cancelled. All properties that were scheduled for auction have been redeemed (paid in full), so there will no auction. Thank you for your interest in the auction. Please check our website for future auctions.
Delinquent properties available for non-auction sale:
In certain instances, state statutes permit the County to offer delinquent tax properties for sale in a non-auction setting. Generally, these properties are available when they have already been offered at public auction and either have not sold or were purchased by the County.
If you are interested in purchasing property from the list below, please contact the Johnson County Legal Department at (913) 715-1900.
- You must be eligible to purchase delinquent tax property, pursuant to K.S.A. 79-2804g(f) and K.S.A. 79-2812 (you may not be the original debtor or in another category of prohibited purchasers, and you may not have delinquent real property taxes.) You will be required to execute an affidavit to certify that you are not a prohibited purchaser, as defined by Kansas statutes, and will not transfer to a prohibited purchaser, as provided by statute. This applies to the purchase of property from either of the categories below.
- The property will be sold subject to all valid covenants running with the land, and subject to valid easements of record or in use. This applies to the purchase of property from either of the categories below.
Properties for which Johnson County has a judgment:
State law permits the County to offer delinquent properties in a negotiated sale when those properties have previously been offered at public auction but have not sold. The properties listed below were offered at public auction but did not sell. Any property sold under this section must be set for a confirmation hearing in the District Court of Johnson County, and notice must be published in the official county newspaper. The cost of publication will be paid for by the person who wishes to purchase the property. The buyer will receive a Sheriff’s deed. Please contact the Legal Department if you wish to discuss the purchase of one of these properties.