Neither Clark County nor the Sheriff's Office warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information regarding the sales listed on this page, and shall not be held liable for losses caused by using this information. Portions of this information may not be current or accurate. The opening bid amounts are tentative and may change up until sale time. Any person or entity that relies on the information obtained from this page does so at their own risk.
Real Property Auctions:
Sheriff’s Sales are judicial foreclosures’ (or executions) on real property to satisfy a money judgment. The order to sell comes from the Superior Court Clerk. We are selling only the judgment debtor’s interest in the real estate and the property is subject to all existing liens and encumbrances. The property sold may have a Redemption period from eight months to one year. Redemption means that the owner may pay back the amount bid at the sale plus interest, taxes, etc. in order to ‘redeem’ the property and become the owner again. If you have legal questions about this procedure, you should contact your attorney for direction, or read the Revised Code of the state of Washington pertaining to Redemption. Sheriff sale notices and notices regarding postponements of sales are posted in the Clark County Courthouse(bulletin board), as well as in the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff's notices of sale of real property are published in the local newspaper once per week for four consecutive weeks prior to the sale. If you are the winning bidder at auction, you must provide the Sheriff with a cashier’s check made payable to the Clark County Superior Court Clerk within one-hour post sale or it will be offered to the next highest bidder.
No pending sales
Personal Property Auctions:
The sales are generally held at the location where the property is being stored. Please see the sale notice for information on particular sales. Sheriff sale notices and notices regarding postponements of sales are posted in the Clark County Courthouse(bulletin board), as well as in the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. The property may be viewed ½ - 1 hour prior to the sale. If you are the winning bidder at the sale, you must provide the Sheriff with cash or cashier’s check made payable to the court clerk’s office issuing the Writ of Execution, or the sale will go to the next highest bidder. There is no right of redemption in personal property sales; however, the items are sold as-is and subject to any liens in place.
No pending sales