2019 Land Sale Properties updated 04/17/2019
Tillamook County held its annual public land sale auction on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Properties that remain unsold at the annual auction are held over until the next annual sale. Tillamook County considers reasonable written offers on unsold land parcels between auctions that are at least 85% of the minimum bid price at the last auction from bidders who have never defaulted on a Tillamook County public land sale. Please click on the following links for more information:
Bidder Instructions - Between Annual Public Auctions
Letter of Intent for Purchase of Real Property
Questions: please contact Rachel Hagerty at email@example.com.
Disclaimer: These properties are sold as is, where is. The County does not provide title or appraisal reports nor is legal advice provided. The buyer will receive a Tax Deed and there will not be a closing. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to do your due diligence before making an offer. The parcel information sheets included in the lists above are a good starting point and the County's interactive mapping tool is useful. Key considerations include:
title searches (County Clerk's office)
land use/buildability (Department of Community Development or municipality if within limits of a city)
property tax assessment (Assessorís office)
municipal/utility liens (buyer will be responsible for all of those)
roads (County Road Department and/or municipality if within limits of a city), etc.
Bank foreclosed properties are sold through the Tillamook County Sheriff's Office. For those auctions, click here.
Private auctions are often held in or around the Courthouse, but they are not conducted or scheduled by Tillamook County. If you have any questions, please contact the private auction company directly (click here for a link to the Public Notice Oregon website).
For land sales by other Oregon counties, click here.