Hudson County Sheriff's Office
Foreclosure Sales are conducted on Thursdays, twice a month, at 2:00 pm
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THE NEXT FORECLOSURE SALE
WILL BE HELD
Thursday, November 7, 2019
595 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
Jury Room #400, 4th Floor
DO NOT ARRIVE ON THE 4TH FLOOR BEFORE1:00PM
REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 1 PM & ENDS AT 2 PM
FORECLOSURE SALE STARTS AT 2 PM
Hudson County Sheriff's Office
Foreclosure Auction Sales Dates For
2019 SALE DATES
November 7 December 5, 19
2020 SALE DATES
January 9, 23 February 13, 27 March 12, 26
April 9, 23 May 7, 21 June 4, 18
The Sheriff's Business Office is open Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM excluding holidays.
We are located at the Hudson County Plaza, Room 2001
257 Cornelison Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07302.
For More Information on Sheriff's Sales please call: 201-795-6300 Ext: 7245 or Ext: 7235
General questions, comments and suggestions that don't require an immediate answer, can be emailed to us at:
Conditions of Sale
HUDSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE – FORECLOSURE SALES
CURRENT CONDITIONS OF SALE, POLICY, RULES, GENERAL INFORMATION (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) as of 9/20/17
ALL bidders are required, when registering, to show a minimum of $25,000 in Certified or Cashier’s Bank Checks. $25,000 allows only one person into the auction. All Auction observers will be admitted as seating is available.
Sale Registration begins at 1PM and ends at 2PM, the start of the Sale. No one is allowed on the 4th Floor BEFORE 1 PM. Any sales not completed by 4:30 PM, will be adjourned to the next sale date.
Each property is sold subject to restrictions of record which are unknown to the Sheriff at this time and subject to any unpaid taxes and water, sewer bills or assessments, and such state of facts as an accurate survey and physical inspection of the premises may reveal.
The highest bidder at the sale shall be the purchaser. If any dispute arises as to who may be the highest bidder, the property will be resold. All sale discrepancies will be decided by the Sheriff’s Office.
Successful bidders are required to post a minimum deposit of 20% of your total bid price in the form of a Certified or Cashier’s checks IMMEDIATELY after the close of the sale. NO CASH, CREDIT CARDS, COMPANY, AGENCY, TRUST OR PERSONAL checks will be accepted. Certified or Cashier’s Bank Checks cannot be older than 90 days from date of issue.
First-time foreclosure sale property buyers will be required to pay on-the-spot the required minimum 20% deposit with certified or cashier’s bank checks at the conclusion of that particular property’s sale.
The balance of the bid price is due and payable between the 11 and 30 day after a sale. The 2017 Lawful Interest of 2.5% is charged on any unpaid balance due starting the 11th day after a sale, until balance is paid. You cannot pay the balance, nor are you charged interest for the first ten days AFTER a sale because this is the defendant’s “Right of Redemption” period.
The Hudson County Sheriff's Office only handles county-wide Foreclosure Sales (real property) and Chattel Sales (not real property). Property Tax Sales are auctioned by each individual town's tax office.
If you purchase personal property at the Chattel Sale, the full amount is due at the time of sale.
The purchaser is responsible for the payment of the NJ Realty Transfer Tax to the County Register.
The Purchaser must sign an Acknowledgement of Purchase and the Conditions of Sale, which includes this page. If the Purchaser fails to comply with any of these Conditions of Sale, the property will be sold a second time and the former Purchaser will be held responsible for all losses and expenses, but will receive no benefit from such sale.
Plaintiffs are not allowed to announce their upset price. You must obtain this information from the plaintiff or another outside source prior to the sale.
Please turn your cellphone off or to vibrate. If you must take or make a call or you need to discuss any matter with another person, please leave the auction room to do so or learn to whisper.
Legal Notices published for all foreclosures properties can be found at www.NJPUBLICNOTICES.com.
Post-Sale Assignment of a Deed, requires the completion of a Deed Assignment Form which shall be signed by all parties and Notarized. The fee for this service is $75.00.
Bidding is in $5000 minimum increments until the plaintiff stops bidding, then $2000 is the minimum per bid increment, until the property is sold to the highest bidder.
The recording of audio, video or taking photographs at an auction is prohibited without prior written permission.
Sheriff’s Foreclosure sales are conducted under the laws and statutes of the State of New Jersey and policies, procedures and best practices set by the sheriff and subject to change anytime by the Sheriff.
All properties for sale are listed at our website at www.hudsoncountysheriff.com. This list is as accurate as possible, if changes are made it automatically updates every hour M-F 8-4. Sheriff is not responsible for any information that published on any other website or media outlet. Any sales that are not announced today for sale, will be relisted on our website if they were just adjourned. If they are not relisted, then the sales were vacated, settled and/or cancelled.
Sheriff’s Foreclosure Business Office is located at 257 Cornelison Ave, Room 2001, Jersey City. Hours: 8-4 Monday through Friday, except holidays. Phone 201-795-6300 x7237 Fax 201-369-4333 All Foreclosure/Auction Sales are now held at Courthouse at 595 Newark Street, Jury Room 400 (4th Floor), Jersey City, NJ 07306
The Sheriff requires all, bidders and attendees to behave in an appropriate, business professional manner at all times, and those acting loud, disrespectful or disorderly may be removed or banned from attending current or future sales.
The photographs shown of the properties for sale have been obtained through various on-line sources or through photographs taken by sales office staff. The Sheriff’s Office, its agents, servants and employees, bears no responsibility or liability and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the photographs and the images shown therein during the foreclosure sale process. The photographs are provided only as an accommodation to the bidders at the sale.
About Sheriff Sales
The Sheriff is a ministerial officer of the Court
He is without power to make any terms except those authorized and prescribed by the court. He conducts and adjourns sales in accordance with State Statues and Court Rules.
It is recommended that you consult an attorney before bidding on a property at a Foreclosure Sale. This office cannot recommend a particular attorney to you.
Foreclosure Sales are for real property only; not structures. We do not know whether there is a structure on that property or if that property is inhabited. Further, we cannot give permission for any perspective bidders to enter and inspect any structure rule of Caveat Emptor (Let the buyer beware) is fully applicable to all Foreclosure Sales.
If the property is occupied it is your responsibility to have the occupants removed.
All properties sold at auction are advertised on Mondays and Tuesdays in the Jersey Journal and The Star Ledger. Advertisements appear once a week for four weeks prior to the initial date of sale.
The Sheriff’s Office does have a list of properties to be sold for general distribution. A copy of each advertisement is kept on display for public viewing at the Sheriff’s Business Office. You may copy from our Listings, or refer to the Jersey Journal or Star Ledger.
Sales of property are “open type” auction sales. Sealed or mailed bids are not accepted. The Plaintiffs opens with a bid of S100. At the conclusion of the sales session, you will be asked to step forward, identify yourself, and present your good-faith deposit. Properties are sold to the highest bidder.
The successful bidder must post a deposit of 20% of the total bid price at the close of the sale. The balance is due within 30 days of the sale. Additional time is not granted to obtain a mortgage.
If a purchaser does not complete the sale, he/she can be held liable for all losses and expenses and may lose all or a portion of his/her deposit.
To determine what funds you may need as a deposit, you must estimate what your highest bid would be. Your deposit (certified check only) must be 20% of that amount. Certified checks should be made payable to yourself. If you are the successful bidder, you would then endorse the check to the “Office of the Sheriff”.
The purchaser will receive a Sheriff’s Deed, upon full payment of the purchase price. This deed may not give clear title to the property. In order to obtain clear title, all and encumbrances must be satisfied.
If you are interested in a particular piece of property, we recommend a title search before you bid. Title searches are conducted by private firms. Listings for such firms can be found in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. We cannot recommend a firm to you. They charge a fee. In most cases, the property, even after a sale, can be redeemed by the defendant within 10 days of the sale. By law, the defendant may also declare bankruptcy within the same period. If this is done, the sale is put on hold until the court makes its decision.
Redemptions, adjournments, settlements or bankruptcies may cause a sale to be cancelled or postponed. We recommend that you call the Sheriff’s Business Office on the scheduled date of sale to determine the status of the sale.
To speed your inquiry on a specific piece of property, it is helpful if you refer to the property by its reference at the top of the legal advertisements.
Further assistance is available through the Sales Department of the Sheriff’s Office.
Sales are conducted on Thursdays, Promptly at 2pm in a designated courtroom.
It is recommended that you arrive early in order to hear all pertinent announcements regarding the sales.