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Sheriff Sales

Officials with the Creek County Sheriff's Office are legally mandated to sell foreclosed properties as set forth in state statute.

The property lists are updated on an as-needed basis as sales are received at the sheriff's office. Properties to be offered at the sale taking place in six weeks are added and the properties that were offered on the previous sale are removed.

To prevent the sale of a property, it is the plaintiff's responsibility to submit any notice of recall to the sheriff's office prior to the date of the scheduled sale.

*Note: Creek County Sheriff's Office employees reserve the right to set a different time as requested by the plaintiff's attorney.

Creek County Sheriff Sales

Foreclosed property sales typically take place Mondays at 10 AM, as needed to meet legal requirements at the Creek County Sheriff's Office. This schedule may be altered due to legal holidays or severe weather. Any auctions postponed will take place on the first business day that follows. Persons are encouraged to check back on a regular basis for changes and recalls.

The following Sheriff Sales provides an extensive list for reference. Prior to bidding ensure you have reviewed the bidder guidelines.


Bidder Instructions

The Sheriff's Office does not have keys to any of the above listed real estate and does not have access in any manner to the inside of any of the above listed real estate. The sheriff's office cannot and will not authorize any entry into any of the homes as some of the homes that are being sold are being lived in at the time we must respect the owners privacy.

To prevent the sale of a property, it is the plaintiff's responsibility to submit any notice of recall to the sheriff's office prior to the date of the scheduled sale.

Sheriff sales will be held in the Lobby of the Creek County Sheriff's Office on Mondays at 10:00 a.m., unless noted otherwise.

You do not have to be registered to bid. Anyone interested in a property needs to be at the sale by 10:00 a.m. Sales begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. and typically will go quickly. Please note that a sale may be recalled at any time up until the time of the sale.

Properties will be announced by the case number and common address if known. The opening bid must be at least 2/3 of the appraised value of the property. Properties cannot be sold for less than 2/3 of the appraised amount. If the amount owed on the property or judgment is less than 2/3 of the appraised value, the attorney may enter a “no bid”. The 2/3 amount and appraised value are posted here, and will be announced before bidding can commence.

** Please note that attorneys are given bidding instructions by the plaintiff(s) and are free to bid the property up on their behalf**.

Winning bidders are required to deposit 10% of their winning bid amount with the sheriff’s office in the form of a cashier's check or money order made out to Creek County Sheriff's Office . The remainder of the balance is due three days prior to the confirmation hearing. Confirmation hearings are set by the plaintiff's attorney through the Court Clerk's Office, and the court clerk can advise you of the confirmation hearing date.

Please note that any questions you have regarding a property need to be addressed before the sale date. You may research the property at the courthouse. For instance, if you want to verify the amount of land that is with a residence, you could contact the Assessor’s Office. If you want to see if there are any other liens, you can check with the County Clerk’s Office, and for property tax information contact the Treasurer’s Office.