Tax Lien Sale

List of delinquent taxes as of September 28, 2022

OFFICE OF THE LA PLATA COUNTY TREASURER
LA PLATA COUNTY, COLORADO
2021 DELINQUENT LIST OF PROPERTY TAXES
2022 TAX LIEN SALE          INTEREST RATE: 12%
ALLISON AICHELE, COUNTY TREASURER
TAX LIEN INVESTORS PROPERTY OWNERS
IMPORTANT DATES IMPORTANT DATES
On-line registration begins:
Wednesday, September 28, 8:00 AM, MST
On-line registration ends:
Friday, October 30, 2:00 PM, MST

10% of anticipated winnings must be deposited with the on-line auction company by 2:00 PM, October 30, 2022.

Click here to register and research 2021 Delinquent Tax Lines:

https://laplata.coloradotaxsale.com

 Full payment must be received in the
Treasurer’s Office by NOON, November 2, 2022
to prevent 2021 delinquent taxes, interest,
fees and penalties from selling at the annual
tax lien sale.

No payments will be accepted between noon,
 
November 2nd and  noon, November 14th.
     

Payments made after Wednesday, September 28 must be in CASH or CERTIFIED FUNDS.

On-Line Tax Lien Sale:

Thursday, November 3, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Investors do not need to be present/on-line on the day of the auction. However, full payment is due and payable to the auctioneer by noon, Friday, November 4, or the lien will be offered to the next highest bidder.

The amount of the tax lien due, as published in this listing, is for 2021 taxes due in 2022 as of October 31, 2022.

Please call the Treasurer’s Office for an accurate payment amount if paying prior years’ taxes or if paying current year taxes in September or November.

Advertised properties are available for view at:

www.laplatacounty.org
https://laplata.coloradotaxsale.com

Computers are available for public use at the Treasurer’s Office,
679 Turner Drive, Suite B., Durango, CO.

The La Plata County Treasurer recommends researching tax liens before purchasing. Tax liens are a form of investment, and contain financial risks. Investors can lose money on this type of investment.

The delinquent property tax information listed on this website and in the Durango Herald is in accordance with C.R.S. 39-11-102.


Pursuant to C.R.S. 39-11-151, “No tax lien shall be sold to an elected or appointed official, to a county employee, or to a member of the immediate family of such person or to the agent of such county official or employee during the time the official or employee holds office or is employed.”