How to Register at the County Foreclosure Auctions

Topic: Registration, How-To, Foreclosure Auction, Tax Deed Auction, RealForeclose, GrantStreet, article by Damon Simon
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Within approximately 10 minutes you can register for any of the Florida County Foreclosure and Tax Deed auctions.  You simply need to know your name, physical and email address.  Once you submit your registration you confirm the email address of the account and you are officially registered for the county auction.  It really is that simple!

There are three types of county foreclosure & tax deed auctions in Florida depending on the county you are registering with.

Registration Type "Real Auction" walk through video here:

Most of Florida that has online foreclosure or tax deed auctions uses a web based service from the same provider named “Real Auction”.  The registration process on these sites is pretty simple, and we have created a
Broward County Auction Registration video
to show you the process.   This same process would apply to any of “Real Auction” based county auctions which currently include these counties:

* Alachua County Foreclosure Sales
* Bay County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Brevard County Tax Deed Sales
* Broward County Foreclosure Sales
* Charlotte County Foreclosures and Tax Deed Sales
* Citrus County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Clay County Foreclosure Sales
* Duval County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Escambia County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Flagler County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Gilchrist County Tax Deed Sales
* Hernando Tax Deed Sales
* Hillsborough County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Indian River County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Lake County Tax Deed Sales
* Lee County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Leon County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Manatee County Foreclosures and Tax Deed Sales
* Marion County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Martin County Tax Deed Sales
* Miami-Dade County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Nassau County Foreclosure Sales
* Okaloosa County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Orange County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Osceola County Tax Deed Sales
* Pasco County Foreclosure Sales and Tax Deed Sales
* Pinellas County Foreclosure and Tax Deed Sales
* Polk County Foreclosure Sales and Tax Deed Sales
* Putnam County Foreclosure Sales and Tax Deed Sales
* Saint Johns County Foreclosure Sales
* Santa Rosa County Foreclosure Sales and Tax Deed Sales
* Sarasota County Foreclosure Sales
* Volusia County Foreclosure Sales and Tax Deed Sales
* Walton County Foreclosures and Tax Deed Sales
* Washington County Tax Deed Sales



The second provider of county auction software is a company called Grant Street Group.  The counties it provides services for are Palm Beach County and St. Lucie County.   The registration process is the same for both of these counties and is simple and straightforward as well.  We created a step-by-step registration walk-through video for you with Palm Beach County so you can see how it is done.   These are the Foreclosure & Tax Deed Auction sites Grant Street covers:

* Broward County Tax Deed Sales
* Palm Beach County Foreclosure & Tax Deed Sales
* St. Lucie County Foreclosure & Tax Deed Sales

 
 
 
The third type of foreclosure & tax deed auction are not online yet.  These counties you will need to physically goto the Clerk of Courts and provide your registration in person.  All bidding is still done on “The Courthouse steps” and live in person.  The registration process is also pretty simple, but it is done with a pen and paper in most cases, and therefore we will not be demonstrating it for this article.

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