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Foreclosure Sheriff Sales

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Notice

 THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED LEGAL ADVICE AND IS NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE AN ATTORNEY. 

Sheriff Sales

Sheriff sales are sales on foreclosed properties. Sales are held at the date and time set on the Sheriff's Levy Form.

They usually start at 11:00 a.m. in the lobby of the Hardin County Law Enforcement Center, located at:

    1116 14th Avenue
    Eldora, IA 50627


All Sales Buyer Beware

The Sheriff's Office cannot guarantee clear title to the property, and it is highly recommended that you contact an attorney for advice before you bid on a property. The Hardin County Sheriff's Office cannot give legal advice. All sales are "buyer beware."

Upcoming Sales Notices & Dates

Click on the sale title of a foreclosure to download a PDF copy of the sales notice. You may click on the listed property address to view the property report on our Real Estate and GIS website. 

All sale times are at 11:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted.







04/09/2024@ 11:00 a.m.

County of Hardin vs. PARTIES IN POSSESSION, STATE OF IOWA, CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY UNIN, UNKNOWN SPOUSE. IF ANY, PF BRANDON D. VINTON, VINTON, BRANDON D, CROSKEY, JESSICA KAY AND CENTAL BANK F/K/A LIBERTY, ET AL.

1817 12th Ave. Eldora, IA 50627


FAQs

Do I have to pay the full amount of my bid on the day I purchase?

Yes, full payment is required by 4 p.m. on the day of the sale.

How do I pay for a purchase at a Sheriff's Sale?

You may pay with cash, or you will be given enough time to go to your local bank or lending agency and get a cashier's check for the full amount of your bid.

You must pay the full amount to the Sheriff's Office by 4 p.m. on the day of the sale.

You should have all paperwork finalized with your lending agency before you arrive at the sale. (You can call the lending agency from the Sheriff's Office to have it ready when you arrive.)

Can I enter the residence I plan to purchase before the sale?

If the residence is unoccupied, you may not enter the property.

If someone is living there and he or she gives you permission, you may enter the property.

The Sheriff's Office does not have keys to the property.

How does the bidding start?

The judgment holder almost always starts with a bid given to the Sheriff before the time of the sale. This bid is considered a sealed bid and will not be disclosed before the start of the sale.

If I purchase at a Sheriff’s Sale, who is responsible for back property taxes?

Taxes stay with the property. If you made the purchase, you are now responsible for the taxes.

Contact Us

Civil Division Office

Physical Address

Law Enforcement Center 1116 14th Avenue
Eldora, IA 50627

Phone: 641-939-8191

Fax: 641-939-8249

Hours

Monday - Friday
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM