Looking for a condo or house in Clinton Township? Prospective owners now have 25 more options after the township board approved the sale of several tax-forfeited properties Monday.
The township acquired 71 parcels forfeited to the county for taxes this year, of which 31 are houses and condos, according to the Department of Planning and Community Development. The remaining 40 are vacant plots of land.
The planning department advised the board Monday to list 25 of the houses and condos for sale this week, giving the township approximately one month to advertise the sales, hold open houses and receive bids by Thursday, Nov. 29, at 10 a.m.
Information on each of these properties will be available on the township website. Some of the condos may have outstanding assessments for which the prospective buyer will be held accountable. This information will be provided in the bid specs.
Township attorney Jack Dolan said the township intends to give preference to individuals or families looking to make these properties their primary residence.
The township will also bid out several of the vacant lots it was unable to sell during the last bid process. The bids are expected to be awarded in December.
Township officials will continue to review the remaining parcels and advise the township board when they are ready for sale and/or retention for future township use.
Check the map above for the 25 residential properties now on the Clinton Township real estate market.