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Abstracts of properties taken in execution upon the writs shown, at the numbers and terms shown, as the properties of the severally named defendants, owners or reputed owners and to be sold by Kevin M. Kraus, Sheriff of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Monday, March 6, 2023 at 9:00 AM, at Room 410 (Gold Room), Fourth Floor, Court House, City of Pittsburgh.
CONDITIONS OF SALE
Effective with the August 3, 2020 Sheriff Sale of real estate and all such monthly public sales thereafter shall be conducted virtually through video conferencing technology or live streaming. The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office shall provide for up to twenty-five persons to participate in person with physical distancing in the Gold Room, 4th Floor, Allegheny County Courthouse. ALL PARTICIPANTS OR BIDDERS MUST BE REGISTERED AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE SALE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE (VIRTUALLY OR IN PERSON) AT THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SALES OF REAL ESTATE. REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY SHERIFF’S WEBSITE: SHERIFFALLEGHENYCOUNTY.COM. The Successful bidder will pay full amount of bid in CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK OR CASHIERS CHECK at time of sale, otherwise the property will be resold at the next regular Sheriffs Sale; provided, that if the sale is made on MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2023 the bidder may pay ten percent of purchasing price but not less than 75.00 in CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK, OR CASHIERS CHECK THE DAY IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SALE, e.g. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2023, BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 A.M. AND 2:30 P.M. IN THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE. And the balance in CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK, OR CASHIERS CHECK, on or before MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2023 at 10:00 O’CLOCK A.M. The property will be resold at the next regular Sheriff’s Sale if the balance is not paid, and in such case all money’s paid in at the original sale shall be applied to any deficiency in the price of which property is resold, and provided further that if successful bidder is the plaintiff in the execution the BIDDER shall pay full amount of bid ON OR BEFORE THE FIRST MONDAY OF THE FOLLOWING MONTH, OTHERWISE WRIT WILL BE RETURNED MARKED “REAL ESTATE UNSOLD” and all monies advanced by plaintiff will be applied as required by Common Pleas Court Rule 3129.2(1)(a).
Forfeited sales will be posted in the Sheriff’s Office and listed on the Sheriff of Allegheny County web site.
Amendment of the Code Second Class County New Chapter 485.
The Allegheny County Code of Ordinances, Chapter 475, entitled “Taxation,” is hereby amended through the creation of a new Article XII, entitled “Sheriff’s Sales,” and comprised as follows:
Â§475-60. Recording of deeds and notification of Sheriff’s sales to taxing bodies.
A. For any real property offered at Sheriff’s sale due to nonpayment of real estate taxes and purchased by a third party through such sale, the Sheriff shall be responsible for filing the deed and, within seven days of filing of the Sheriff’s deed, provide written notice of the conveyance to the Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments. The written notice required pursuant to this subsection shall include the date of sale, identification of the property sold by both address and lot and block number, and the name and address of the individual(s) or other entity that purchased the property.
B. At the time of the sale the Sheriff shall collect all requisite filing costs, realty transfer taxes and fees necessary to properly record the deed.
C. Within seven days of receipt of written notice from the Sheriff, the Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments shall forward copies of such notice to all taxing bodies levying real estate taxes on the property described, including but not limited to the municipality and school district where the property is located.
AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 14 OF ACT NO. 77 OF 1986. THE COST OF ALL DOCUMENTARY STAMPS FOR REAL ESTATE TRANSFER TAXES (STATE, LOCAL, AND SCHOOL) WILL BE DEDUCTED BY THE SHERIFF FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THE SALE. Purchasers must Record their own Deeds and pay the necessary Recording fees. Pursuant to Rule 3136 P.R.C.P., notice is hereby given that a schedule of distribution will be filed by the Sheriff not later than 30 days from date of sale and that distribution will be made in accordance with the schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto, within ten (10) days thereafter. No further notice of the filing of the schedule of distribution will be given.
A Land Bank formed under 68 Pa.C.S.A. Â§2101 et seq. may exercise its right to bid pursuant to 68 Pa.C.S.A. Â§2117(d)(2) through 68 Pa.C.S.A. Â§2117(d)(4) on certain properties listed for sale under the Municipal Claims and Tax Lien Law, 53 P.S. Â§7101 et seq. The Sheriff of Allegheny County will honor the terms of payment which the Land Bank has entered with any municipalities having a claim against said property. If the Land Bank tenders a bid under Pa.C.S.A. Â§2117(d)(3) or Â§2117(d)(4) the Property will not be offered for sale to others and the Property will be considered sold to the Land Bank for the Upset Price as defined in 53 P.S. Â§7279 and no other bids will be accepted.
Notice is given that all Sheriff’s Deeds tendered to purchasers will contain the following: “This document may not sell, convey, transfer, include or insure the title to the coal and right of support underneath the surface land described or referred to herein and the owner or owners of such coal may have the complete legal right to remove all of such coal, and in that connection damage may result to the surface of the land, any house, building or other structure on or in such land.”
1. Rachel Boyd and Terry C. Boyd
Gary W. Darr, Esq.
McGrath McCall, P.C.
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny, Borough of Dormont: Having erected thereon a dwelling known as 1222 Biltmore Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15216, Being Lot No. 638 in the Delmont Land Company’s Plan Called “Delmont” as recorded in Plan Book Volume 25, Pages 108 and 109 and Deed Book Volume 9997, Page 652, Being Block and Lot Number 98-L-17.
If your name appears on this list of properties that are scheduled to be sold by the Sheriff, you still have time to save your property. You may be eligible to apply for some form of refinancing assistance, such as a reverse mortgage, refinancing of your existing mortgage, or other alternative.
Please seek legal advice. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for free legal assistance. Find out by contacting a legal service listed below.
Allegheny County Bar Association
Lawyer Referral Services
Neighborhood Legal Services
Do not delay. If you delay, fees, cost and interest can increase significantly. An example of what can occur is as follows:
A 2004 property with an original delinquent tax amount owed of $325.02 had a final amount due at sale of $2,133.26.
If you have not contacted the creditor, you should consider doing so. Many creditors will work with you to try to avoid a Sheriff’s Sale of your property. If the Sheriff’s Sale involves a mortgage foreclosure of your residence, you may reinstate your mortgage by paying the full amount of the delinquencies, including all fees and costs up to the day of the Sheriff’s Sale.
Should your property be among those listed for Sheriff’s Sale, information is available by contacting the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE HOTLINE AT 412-350-4704 daily Monday through Friday (except holidays,) between the hours of 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM and from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
For more information and updates, please visit our website at www.sheriffalleghenycounty.com.
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Kevin M. Kraus, Sheriff
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