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Clawson Properties Up for Oakland County Auction

More than a thousand foreclosed homes and properties are on the Oakland County auction block this week.

Clawson Properties Up for Oakland County Auction

Fives Clawson homes and two vacant lots are among more than 1,500 properties to be auctioned this week as part of Oakland County's land sale of tax-foreclosed properties.

The Clawson house with the highest minimum bid is at 562 Lincoln Ave. for $17,897. Check out the searchable auction listings here.

Minimum bids on the county properties range from $339.40 for a piece of residential land in Pontiac to $286,713 for a home in Farmington.

State law requires counties to hold two auctions annually. 

Here is a list of the Clawson properties up for auction and the minimum bids:

  • 405 W. Maple Rd.— $8,232.02 (vacant lot)
  • 562 Lincoln Ave.— $17,897
  • 308 N. Rochester Apt. 14— $9,908.86
  • 106 Gerald Ave.— $5,978.46
  • 44 Nakota— $11,900
  • 444 Massoit— $10,407.20
  • There was a second vacant lot with a minimum bid of $1,982.01, however there wasn't a listed address. 

Auction details

Here's what you need to know to participate in the auction:

  • When: 10 a.m. Monday for township and village parcels; 10 a.m. Tuesday for all cities (except Pontiac); 10 a.m. Wednesday for Pontiac listings.
  • Where: Board of Commissioners Auditorium, 1200 N. Pontiac
  • How to register: Visit  http://www.oakgov.com/treasurer/del_prop/

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