Flagler County, Florida
Flagler County Justice Center
201 E. Moody Blvd, room 101
Bunnell, FL 32110
Foreclosure Sales are held at 11:00 A.M. at the North front entrance of the Flagler County Courthouse, 200 E. Moody Blvd., Bunnell, Florida. Foreclosure court files are located in Room 138, Civil Court Division. All interested parties are responsible for obtaining any information they might need regarding the location, description, value and/or quality of title prior to attending the sale. The Clerk does not any representations regarding the quality of title or the existence of liens. All interested bidders should be prepared to provide name, address and phone number. You will not be permitted to bid without the proper deposit. (See#4)
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER MUST PAY AT LEAST 5% OF THE HIGHEST BID AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN THE FORM OF CERTIFIED/CASHIERS CHECK. THE BALANCE OF THE BID AMOUNT, ALONG WITH FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS AT 4:00 P.M. IN THE FORM OF CERTIFIED/CASHIERS CHECK OR WIRE TRANSFER. MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO FLAGLER COUNTY CLERK OF COURT. Doc Stamps are to be by separate payment. (See #6)
Registry of Court:
All final bid amounts are entered into the registry of the Court. Registry fees are assessed per Florida Statute in addition to the bid price. Registry fee is 3% of the first $500.00, 1.5% of the balance of the total bid.
Documentary Stamps are required to record the Certificate of Title. They are $.70 on every $100.00 rounded to the next $100.00. They are paid at the time of sale by separate check in the form of CERTIFIED OR CASHIERS CHECK ONLY (made out to Flagler County Clerk of Court). A DR219 form is required by the State of Florida and must be properly filled out and signed. This form is available in Rm. 138 or Rm. 115.
The Clerk can issue a Certificate of Title after a 10 day waiting period if no objection to the sale is filed. In order to have the property transferred into your name, you must be able to complete documents necessary in order to accomplish this. You or your attorney are responsible for preparing a Certificate of Sale, Certificate of Title and Certificate of Disbursements to be filed with the Clerk. The Clerk’s office does not prepare forms.