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The application must be submitted by February 28th of the year following the taxation year to which the application relates. This is paid for by increasing the taxes of properties with decreasing assessment in the same tax class. Feel free to call our office if you require further information. Click here for the Township energy management plan. The Green Energy Act requires that public sector organizations post on their web sites the Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emission each year starting in A show-cause hearing was slated for January, and a judicial foreclosure hearing is set for Feb.

What happens to them remains as varied as how they first came under threat of foreclosure to begin with. Some will be sold, though, and the proceeds used to pay off the overdue property taxes. Sometimes, properties sell for more than the overdue taxes.

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What happens with the difference is controversial. The Pacific Legal Foundation has sued counties that keep the excess proceeds, arguing that money should go to the people who lost their homes to the tax foreclosure process.

Lower courts have sided with the counties while the foundation argues it is unconstitutional to take excess foreclosure sale proceeds, especially in instances when the windfalls are massive. My goal is to get to zero. I would like to not foreclose on anybody.

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In St. Clair County, the number of recent tax foreclosure sales are nearly twice as high as they were a decade ago. Sales first took a massive spike in on the heels of the economic recession. And because it goes as far back as the tax year — entailing some long-entangled properties — a third of those years came back at a net loss for the county. From the to tax years, St. Thirteen didn't sell in , she said.

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Tax foreclosure sales have also varied over the past decade in Sanilac County — peaking in at 57 — with a steady decline from to 23 last year. A survey of about 20 residential properties in Port Huron on the foreclosure list published in January found many are already unoccupied. Mike Bodeis, president of the Port Huron Area Landlord Association, said some landlords are intentionally slow to pay property taxes.

The interest is high.

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Others surveyed are homeowners grappling with finances or deciding whether their property is worth keeping. He said it has been an issue for a couple of years, and that they may owe more overall. Advocates who work with homeowners struggling with tax foreclosures said end up keeping their homes. Amy Bark is the asset management supervisor at the Blue Water Community Action Agency, which offers programs related to home down payment assistance and financial literacy.

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On Vanness Street, White said multiple family members, including his wife, Tammy, have left the area, and that they needed the time to decide whether to keep the house on Vanness.