Tax Deed Information
TAX DELINQUENT PROPERTY FOR SALE
ST. CROIX COUNTY, WISCONSIN
St. Croix County is accepting bids for the property described below. Bids for less than the appraised value may be considered. St. Croix County reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Submit sealed bids marked “SEALED BID – TAX DEED” to the St. Croix County Clerk, St. Croix County Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road, Hudson, WI 54016. Bids will be presented to the Administration Committee at the committee's next scheduled meeting. A 10% deposit by cashier’s check or money order, payable to the St. Croix County must accompany all bids. No personal checks will be accepted. Deposits will be refunded to unsuccessful bids.
The County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or accept the bid considered most advantageous to the County. Full payment is due from the successful bidder within 30 days of the bid award. To view maps showing the location of these parcels, go to Land Information Online or contact the County Clerk’s office. See land information and bid forms below.
Cindy Campbell, St. Croix County Clerk
No properties available for bids at this time.
St. Croix County will issue a Quit Claim Deed upon receipt of final payment by certified or cashier’s check within thirty (30) days of the bid award. The Quit Claim Deed on a successful bid will be made out only to the person or persons who have signed the bid sheet. All sales approved and awarded by the St. Croix County Administration Committee are final and NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN. All tax deeded properties are sold “AS IS” by Quit Claim Deed and no written or implied warranty is given.
•Full payment is due from the successful bidder within thirty (30) days of the bid award.
•Buyer is responsible for recording fees.
•No abstract or title insurance will be provided by the County.
•It is the responsibility of the purchaser to determine any defects in title or property.
•St. Croix County makes no warranty as to the condition of the water or sanitary sewer systems on those parcels where such facilities exist.
•Land uses are subject to zoning ordinances where applicable.
•New access to public roads may require county or local municipal approval.
•The parcels may or may not have corner stakes delineating property boundaries. The County makes no warranty that these corners are in the correct location and does not provide a survey if corners are absent. Any surveying and corner establishment are the buyer’s responsibility.
•Chapter 75 of the Wisconsin Statutes governs tax deed sales.
•ST. CROIX COUNTY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.