Oklahoma County Sheriff sale returns Thursday July 9 we would like to urge the public to practice COVID-19 safety precautions while attending. These include:
-Sanitizing hands frequently:a sanitizing station will be set up, Please be sure to take advantage of this and keep your hands clean.
-Wearing a mask:you will need to provide your own mask, you will see staff members wearing masks, and it is strongly encouraged for attendees to wear one as well. Not only does wearing a mask protect others, but it protects you as well!
-Practicing social distancing:attendees are asked to observe the six-foot social distancing protocol recommended by the Centers for Disease Control.
Due to the overwhelming amount of people attending the sales, pre-Registrations will be performed online and must be completed by the Wednesday before each sale. Any pre-registrations submitted after Wednesday will not be accepted.Click here to pre-register.
On the day of the sale, we will still start registration at 1pm. It will endpromptly at 2pm. We will have a separate line for bidders who have pre-registered to show their ID and pick up their bidder cards. Please do not arrive before noon.
Everyone will need to be through the line by 2pm, pre-registered or not.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Foreclosure Sale is published monthly for two consecutive weeks at least thirty days prior to the date of sale. The foreclosed properties are published inlocal newspapers in which the property is located. The public may also buy property sale listsfor $4 (cash only exact change required) at the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Civil Division located at 8029 SE 29th St MWC, OK 73110
The Sheriff's Foreclosure Sales are located in the Oklahoma County Courthouse Annex Building at: 320 Robert S. Kerr, Room 101, every other Thursday. You must be registered to bid by 2PM no exceptions.Registration is 1PM-2PM. Sales start promptly at 2PM. The Schedule is subject to change due to weather and Holidays.
The Confirmation hearing is scheduled by the plaintiff's attorney. Once the confirmation hearing has been held the attorney for the plaintiff will provide a sheriff's Deed to be signed by the sheriff. It is the responsibility of the buying party to file the deed with the county clerk.
More InformationFor information about properties that have been recalled you can use the case number to get information from the OSCN Website or contactKim Gennings.
All foreclosure properties are sold "as is." Prior to bidding, you will need to do your own research of the property's records for outstanding liens and taxes that may not be satisfied by the foreclosure auction.
The Sheriff's office does not have keys to any of the listed properties and does not have access in any manner to the inside of them. The sheriff's office cannot authorize any entry into any of the homes. Some of the homes that are scheduled to be sold are still being lived in and we must respect the owner's privacy.