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September has been pretty quiet for state inventory updates (as expected with tax sales completing earlier in the summer).
So far in September, 392 properties have been removed from Alabama state inventory, and only 17 tax delinquent properties have been added.
The only notable additions are in Perry County, leftovers from the 2019 tax sale. Property list and descriptions for a few are below, and you can view these and the other recently added properties on the Perry County map search.
Our first August update from the Alabama Department of Revenue included the remaining parcels from the 2019 tax sales in Jefferson-Birmingham and Jefferson-Bessemer. In total, there are over 3,500 parcels between these two counties, all searchable in Parcel Fair and ready to receive state price notice applications. Links to each county's 2019 parcel maps are below, and as always, click here to view the entire Alabama state inventory history.
The first state inventory update in July started off with a bang, adding over 2,000 parcels from 8 different counties. Only 2 parcels were from previous years (2002 and 2011), and the rest were 2019 tax sale leftovers that were sold to state and listed by the Alabama Department of Revenue. You can read about each county below, and click here to view the state inventory history which shows all the newly added parcels in a sortable list.
June inventory updates brought in 925 new parcels from 13 counties. Most of these were from 2019 tax sales, but 12 older parcels found their way into inventory as well. The highlights are listed below, and click here to view the state inventory history which shows all the newly added parcels in a list.
Now that the county tax sales are complete, we'll focus on state inventory updates as parcels show up that didn't sell at the auctions. The state inventory updates over the month of May included a few bonuses - 52 new parcels were added across various counties throughout the month. Below is a quick recap, and click here to view the state inventory history which shows all the newly added parcels in a list.