Sheriff’s sale on Riverwalk units next month

A $5.255-million sheriff’s sale on the remaining 19 unsold townhouses at Riverwalk is scheduled for Feb. 8, Redevelopment Agency attorney Frank Regan reported to commissioners at their meeting earlier this month. Bank of America likely will purchase the 19 units at the sheriff’s sale and then look to sell them, Regan told commissioners.

Foreclosure on the 19 unsold units began in late 2009. A total of 86 units were built, with a plan to add more on an adjacent parcel that never materialized. About two dozen Riverwalk units that are owned won judgments on their tax appeals last year, seeing their assessments reduced by as much as $20,000 and their taxes by $1,000.


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5 thoughts on “Sheriff’s sale on Riverwalk units next month”

  1. Any idea of how much these units are going for? Is this more of an auction, where buyers will be bidding on the units, or is there a pre-determined selling price?

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