When a property goes into foreclosure, a civil lawsuit is filed and a Lis Pendens is recorded.  To find out if a specific property is in the foreclosure process, you can search by selecting On-line services, Civil Cases and fill in the owner’s name.  If you do not know the owner’s name, you can cross reference this information with the property appraiser by visiting their website at and search using the property address.

To view the list of cases scheduled for upcoming sales, click on the icon below. 

Upcoming foreclosure sales may also be found on our Court Events page listed under On-line Services.  Select a day on the calendar month that you are interested in, select Civil and then select foreclosure sales docket.  If you click on any given case number, you will be taken to the case information page.  From here you will be able to view case docket and documents by selecting dockets.

For additional information, you can visit the Court’s website at, select “Programs” then select “Foreclosure Programs”.


Online Foreclosure Bidder Training Classes

Bidding at Foreclosure Auction

For more information on foreclosure sales scheduled on or after October 18, 2022, view our Real Auction site here.

Upon Completion of Auction

There is a 10-day objection period in which the title cannot be issued.  On the 11th day or the next business day, the Clerk’s Office will issue the Certificate of Title, provided that we have the documentary stamps and a correct certificate.

The Certificate of Title will be recorded in our official records.  You may print a copy of the recorded Certificate of Title by going to the case docket on our on-line records via our website.

Once the Certificate of Disbursement has been issued, the surplus amount, if any, will be indicated on the certificate as well as the case docket.

To find out who is entitled to the surplus amount, if any, please see F.S. 45.

For additional information, please visit our Real Auction site for FAQs.


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