Coshocton County Sheriff’s sales of foreclosed real estate are held online on Friday mornings at 10:00 A.M.
Sale notices are published in the The Beacon. The ads are published once each Friday for a minimum of three consecutive weeks.
The property still belongs to the original owner even though the order of sale has been issued from the court. If you purchase a property at Sheriff’s Sale, and have a ten percent deposit down, it still belongs to the original owner until the Common Pleas Judge has signed the confirmation of sale. This process may take up to 30 days or more. If you have any questions regarding this you should contact your personal attorney before any real estate purchase from a Sheriff Sale. WE CANNOT ADVISE YOU OF ANY LEGAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.
ENTERING THE PROPERTY WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE OWNER OR OCCUPANTS IS A VIOLATION OF OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 2911.21. PUNISHABLE UP TO 30 DAYS IN JAIL AND A $250.00 FINE.
Take time to read the frequently ask questions section below to get a better understanding of how Sheriff Sales work in Coshocton County.
***THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE DOES NOT HAVE KEYS FOR THE PROPERTIES THAT ARE BEING SOLD.***
***THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE DOES NOT HAVE INFORMATION ON LIENS.***