Tax Sales

By law, the Tax Collector of a municipality is required to prepare a Tax Sale List and advertise it in the newspaper for any year when taxes are delinquent. Similarly, under the Municipal Utilities Authorities Law, unpaid service charges and accrued interest are like unpaid taxes and are enforceable liens on your property, which may be placed on the Tax Sale List. Properties on the Tax Sale List are advertised and liens are sold according to New Jersey State Statute. The purchaser of a lien has the right to foreclose on the property in order to satisfy the lien if the lien remains unpaid for 2 years. NJ Statute 
 
NO DELETIONS WILL BE MADE TO THE TAX SALE LIST ONCE IT HAS BEEN ADVERTISED!
 
Freehold Township December 4, 2019 - 8AM on line
Advertising Dates November 20 & November 27
Manalapan TAX SALE
9:30 AM
September 11, 2019
Advertising Dates August 16th, August 23rd, August 30th, September 6th
Marlboro TAX SALE October 8, 2019 - online prior to 8AM
Advertising Dates September 14, September 21, September 28 & October 5
 
* Once the Authority has been notified by the town of the Tax Sale date, payment must be in the form of cashier’s check, certified check, money order, or cash. We do not make change. Cash payments greater than the delinquent amount will be credited to customer accounts and applied to current year charges.