MANSFIELD -- To be compliant with Ohio House Bill 390, Bank Foreclosure Sales will no longer be conducted in person; they will only be conducted online, Richland County Sheriff Steve Sheldon said in a Monday afternoon press release.
The link provided here will direct you to the official Richland County Sheriff’s Office Online Foreclosure Auction Site. The site is a great resource for information regarding the foreclosure process.
Additionally, the site provides training to assist first time users with the auction process. It is highly recommended all first time users access the site and complete the training well in advance of their first auction. Failure to do so may result in your inability to bid during an auction.
Tax Foreclosure Sales
Tax Foreclosure Sales, when held, are held on Friday mornings, excluding holidays, starting promptly at 10 a.m. in the Richland County Sheriff's Office Training Room, 597 Park Ave East Mansfield, Ohio. Legal advertising of upcoming properties to be sold are printed in the Shelby
Daily Globe beginning three weeks in advance of the initial sale date. A complete list of withdrawals will be read at the beginning of each respective Sheriff’s Sale. Successful bidders of tax foreclosure properties are required make payment in full at the time of sale.
Sheriff Sale Contact Information
Sheriff Sales are processed and conducted by the Civil Section of the Sheriff’s Office. You may visit our website, https://www.richlandcountyoh.gov/departments/sheriff_sales.php, or contact the Civil Section at 419-774-3570 and at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with Sheriff Sale questions.
Civil Sections hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.