No. Currently Riley County does not have any properties available for over-the-counter purchase.
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All properties must be paid for on the day of the sale. Cash ($1,000.00 limit) or checks are accepted as well as debit or credit cards (2.5% processing fee when using debit or credit cards). Checks should be made payable to the Clerk of the District Court. The buyer will receive a receipt upon payment.
State law requires that a $21 recording fee be collected at the time payment is made, and there is an additional charge of $17 per page after the first page. The County Counselor's staff will estimate these charges. Overcharges will be returned to the buyer. Undercharges must be paid prior to recording.
No. Currently Riley County does not have any properties available by sealed bids.
You may redeem your property by contacting the County Treasurer's office at (785) 537-6321 and by paying all taxes, interest, penalties, and court costs assessed against the property. You may redeem the property up to 5:00 p.m. the day before the tax sale.