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Only property that lists the County as the Applicant or property that is homestead and does not sell at the Tax Deed Sale will be placed on the List of Lands Available for Taxes, which can be viewed below.  After ninety (90) days from the sale date, anyone can purchase property off of this list.  To purchase property from the “List of Lands Available for Taxes,” one would pay the redemption amount plus any taxes that accrue from the date of the sale.  Any properties placed on the list that are not purchased within three (3) years from the date they are placed on the list of lands will escheat to the county.

Should you have any further questions, please contact the Recording Department at (352)540-6768 or visit us in Room 362.


Please read the following disclaimer(s) prior to viewing the associated records.

Hernando County Clerk, Don Barbee Jr. thanks you for visiting this site. Please take a minute to read the following:

Tax certificates may be redeemed at any time up until the actual issuance of a Tax Deed by the Hernando County Clerk’s Office. If a tax certificate is redeemed, there will be no Tax Deed sale. All persons bidding on Tax Deeds are strongly urged to read Chapter 197 of the Florida Statutes and Chapter 12D-13 of the Florida Administrative Code.

Tax certificates may include abbreviated legal descriptions. In the event the holder of a tax certificate makes an application for a Tax Deed, the same legal description is used and advertised in the public notices. This is the legal description that goes on the Tax Deed if there is a Tax Deed sale. Hernando County attempts to use a legal description that identifies the subject parcel; however, all persons bidding on Tax Deeds are urged to verify the sufficiency and accuracy of any legal description prior to bidding.

Properties sold at a Tax Deed sale remain subject to governmental liens. All persons bidding on properties at Tax Deed sales are urged to examine title prior to bidding.

All Tax Deed Properties are sold “Buyer Beware.” If there is a Mobile Home on the property, transfer of the Mobile Home Title is the responsibility of the buyer. The properties being sold may also be subject to current year or unpaid property taxes and/or Government Liens.

If you are the successful bidder at a Tax Deed sale, there is no guarantee that you will be able to convey good or marketable title to the property to someone else or that the legal description on the Tax Deed is sufficient. If there is any problem with the title or the legal description, the general remedy is to file a civil lawsuit to “quiet title.” The institution of a suit to quiet title may involve having to hire an attorney at your expense.


If you have questions about your legal rights regarding any tax certificate, applying for a Tax Deed, Tax Deed sales, or land title resulting from the issuance of any Tax Deed, you are urged to consult with a private attorney.

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