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What to Bring to (Foreclosure) Auction?
What to Bring to (Foreclosure) Auction?

Ensure you are prepared before bidding at the Foreclosure Auction

Written by Nyra Smith
Updated over a week ago

To bid at a foreclosure auction, you must bring the following:

  • Proof of funds- Cashier's Check(s)

  • The winning bidder will need to present certified funds in the specified amount or percentage required by the state. Typically, you must provide full payment immediately following the auction.

  • A government issued form of identification, such as a Driver’s License or Passport.

Please note that all states have different requirements. To determine nuances per location it is important to conduct thorough due diligence prior to bidding at a Foreclosure Sale. 

If you have any questions please contact our Customer Service Team at (866) 539-4173.

Foreclosure Properties being cried by a 3rd Party

In states where ServiceLink Auction does not cry the sale (aka the “Live event is conducted by a 3rd Party”), we are unable to provide more information than what is featured on the website since we have not been assigned to manage the file. For additional questions regarding these properties we recommend you visit the county website, contact the trustee firm handling the sale and/or enlist in a foreclosure professional such as a foreclosure attorney to help you finalize your research prior to auction day. 

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