Tax Auctions

The 2024 Humboldt County Delinquent Tax Sale will be held April 19, 2024 at 10:00am in the Commissioners Meeting Room of the Humboldt County Courthouse in Winnemucca, Nevada.  This year’s sale will be a live auction, and participants must be present to bid.  Participants may register in the Humboldt County Treasurer’s office located on the first floor of the courthouse the morning of the sale, or by contacting the Treasurer’s office beginning Monday, April 15th


HUMBOLDT COUNTY'S 2023 DELINQUENT TAX AUCTION was HELD ON april 14, 2023 at 10:00 am in the meeting room of the humboldt county courthouse LOCATED AT 50 WEST FIFTH ST, WINNEMUCCA, Nv.


PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR THE RESULTS OF THE 2023 DELINQUENT TAX SALE. 

Click here for the results of the 2023 Tax Auction.


Minimum Bid

The minimum bid includes, but is not limited to, the aggregate amount of all unpaid taxes, together with penalties, interest and costs legally chargeable against the property. The amount may also include liens related to delinquent sewer, special improvement district assessments, nuisance abatements and other related charges.

For current taxes and fees owed, please contact our office or you may use the parcel search feature on the Treasurer Home Page.

Registration

Only registered bidders will be allowed to bid. You can complete a registration form in the Treasurer's Office the morning of the auction, or contact the Office up to a week prior to the date of sale.

Investigate Before You Bid

Property is sold as is. The burden is upon the prospective purchaser to thoroughly research, before the sale, any matters relevant to his or her decision to purchase a property on the trustee property list. The County makes no warranties or claims as to the conditions, covenants or restrictions. The County’s sole interest is to recover the amounts owed.

The purchaser may not be able to obtain clear title and may not be able to obtain title insurance for the property purchased.

Issuance of Deed

The Treasurer’s office will issue a Treasurer’s Deed to the name indicated on the registration form "Name of Ownership to be Recorded on Deed." The Treasurer’s office will record the deed within 30 days of the auction date and upon completion of the recording process the original deed will be mailed to the new owner. If you wish to change the ownership name, it will be your responsibility to record a separate document.

More Information

If interested in joining our distribution list for future tax sales, please contact us by email and include your first and last name and your email.