Stern & Eisenberg posts foreclosure sales for the state of Pennsylvania. Details on how sales are conducted are below for Judicial states in which S&E operates. Those states are Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. Sales information is not listed for the non-judicial states in which S&E operates, which includes West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and the District of Columbia.
Sheriff handles the advertising and posting and conducts the actual sale; sales are help once a month in each county. There is no time limit to when the sale is held once the writ is received, however, they are scheduled within 45-90 days routinely.
Questions? Contact our DE Managing Attorney.
Sheriff’s sales are primarily coordinated by each respective county Sheriff. The Sheriff is responsible for publicly advertising, posting the property for sale, and scheduling the sale within 120 days of receipt of the Writ of Execution. On the date of sale, the Sheriff is responsible for actually calling out the sale for interested bidders.
Questions? Contact our NJ Managing Attorney.
The sales in New York are conducted by court-appointed referees; the sale typically occurs 45-60 days after the judgment is entered. Post-sale deed transfers conclude within 45-60 after the sale.
Questions? Contact our NY Managing Attorney.