Oceana County Michigan

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Property Auctions

The tax-foreclosed property auctions for the 2022 cycle is active, the Oceana County Tax Sale will take place online at Title Check LLC, September 8th 2022.  Please visit Title Check’s website periodically regarding future auction updates.

By law, tax-foreclosed property must be sold at public auction. Auctions are held online, with Title Check, LLC.

Please read all Rules and Regulations carefully and thoroughly. All properties are sold as is and where is; purchasers release the Treasurer from all liability.


Former Property Owners or Interest Holders

The Michigan Legislature passed MCL 211.78t, those who hold title or equity interest in property at the time of foreclosure, may file to claim leftover proceeds, if any, after sale or transfer of the property.  Claiming potential proceeds begins with filing form 5743 Notice of Intention to Claim Interest in Foreclosure Sale Proceeds, with the County Treasurer by the July 1st immediately following the foreclosure date.  Those who wish to consult with an attorney about your ability to claim remaining proceeds under MCL 211.78t may go to the State Bar of Michigan’s legal resource and referral webpage or may call 800-968-0738 for assistance in finding private legal counsel. 

Oceana County News

Immediate Opening: Mechanical/Plumbing/Heating Inspector

Posted: January 25th, 2023
Oceana County has an immediate need for a mechanical/plumbing, and heating inspector.  Position is paid on a contractual basis. 
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Oceana County Master Plan Update

Posted: January 6th, 2023
The Oceana County Planning Commission has begun the process of reviewing and updating the Oceana County Master Plan.  An
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Press Release: Oceana County Equalization Launches Beacon Online Portal

Posted: June 27th, 2022
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Oceana County Receives a $300,000 EPA Grant

Posted: May 17th, 2022
The Biden Administration through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded six Brownfields grants totaling $4 million to assess or cleanup
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