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Connecticut Tax Deed Sales - (CT)
Written by: Kevin Zimmerman
The state of Connecticut does not conduct any tax lien certificate sales. Instead, they hold tax deed sales (auctions) with an 18% right of redemption on the tax deeds.
An Overview of Connecticut Tax Deed Sales
Connecticut is considered to be a pretty good state for tax deed sales because of its high interest on tax deed sales. For this reason, competition can be fierce at the sales. Since Connecticut tax deed sales are handled by the municipalities, information concerning sales can be difficult to find. The redemption period for Connecticut tax deed sales is six months.
Connecticut Tax Deed Auction Bidding Process
All tax sales held in Connecticut are held via a competitive bidding process. The municipalities determine when and where tax deed auctions will be held in Connecticut.