The Treasurer's Office is here to assist delinquent taxpayers with fulfilling their property tax obligation to avoid foreclosure. When facing foreclosure, you can choose to keep your property, sell your property, or allow the foreclosure to proceed. What you can do depends on where you are in the foreclosure timeline and if you have recovered from your financial hardship. Letting a foreclosure happen should be a decision about what is the best possible outcome for you and your family in your current situation. YOU CANNOT GET YOUR PROPERTY BACK AFTER IT HAS BEEN FORECLOSED!
Please, take time to look at our property tax assistance programs page for some programs that may be able to help you. Your Mortgage Company or financial institution may have additional options/programs to assist you as well.
The Tuscola County Treasurer will be holding a Show Cause Hearing in the Treasurer's Office on Tuesday, January 24th, 2023 starting at 8:00am-4:00pm on a first come first serve basis. The hearing will determine if you meet the qualifications for an extension. An extension will delay foreclosure for owners who are actively working to pay up their delinquent property taxes for one year. If you plan to pay your 2020 taxes by close of business March 31st, 2023, you do not need to attend the hearing.
Ashley Bennett - Treasurer
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