What happens to liens against the property?

All sales may be subject to special assessment liens of other taxing districts and competing federal liens not extinguished by this sale, whether known or unknown. City LID liens, where known, will be announced. It is up to you to know exactly what you are bidding on. We do not overturn a sale and refund the purchase price because a bidder didn't know what they were bidding on, or because they didn't understand the legal description.

If prior lien holders attempt to collect on their liens after the property has been foreclosed on, it is entirely up to the new owner to defend against these claims. (RCW 84.64.080)

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1. What is Tax Foreclosure?
2. When are Foreclosure sales held?
3. How can I find properties listed in Foreclosure?
4. What happens to liens against the property?
5. How long does it take to get a deed?
6. Can prior owners redeem their property after Foreclosure?
7. What happens to the excess proceeds?
8. What happens if there is no bid for a property at the Foreclosure sale?