By far the most populous county in Florida with roughly 2.7 million residents, Miami-Dade County covers 1,946 square miles in the southeast corner of the state. Established in 1836, it includes 34 municipalities, 37 census-designated places and 16 unincorporated communities. Miami (400,000 residents), Hialeah (225,000) and Miami Gardens (107,000) are the most largest among these.
June 1, 2017County Website
Miami-Dade County's 2017 tax lien auction was held from June 1-5. A total of 39,259 certificates with a face value just under $200 million were available for research on the DigiPan platform.
Miami-Dade County is among the most popular for Florida tax lien investors due to its population, accessible size and the number of available certificates.
Miami-Dade County typically releases certificate data the second week of May. It is available in DigiPan within two days of release each year.
Miami-Dade tax lien auctions are held in a multi-bidder, proxy bidding format. There is no single simultaneous bidder rule (SSBR) in place. The deposit amount is $5,000.
The mailing address for certificate transfers is 140 W. Flagler St. # 1401, Miami, FL 33130.
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