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.

Tax Lien Auction Information

June 1, 2017

County 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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