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The only way to purchase property from a tax foreclosure sale is to participate in the annual auction.
The deed is completed, recorded with the Auditor, and mailed to the purchaser within 30 days of the sale.
The Whitman County Treasurer conducts three types of real property auctions.
Thorough research on all potential purchases is essential.
County owned parcels, not acquired through tax foreclosure, can be purchased if the Board of County Commissioners has declared the "surplus".
When real property taxes become three or more years delinquent, the County Treasurer begins foreclosure action.
Parcels not sold at the foreclosure sale are deeded to the County and become Tax Title property.
Information about the County sales is posted to the web page when available.