Union Parish Sheriff to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

UNION PARISH, LA – May 17, 2011 – From May 25th, 2011 the Union Parish Sheriff will host Tax Title Sales at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate.

Currently over 120 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $38 to $1,600. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. The Tax Titles for these properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final. These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-

4313.

Grant Parish Sheriff to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

GRANT PARISH, LA – May 17, 2011 – From May 25th, 2011 the Grant Parish Sheriff will host Tax Title Sales at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate.

Currently over 60 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $240 to $3,800. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. The Tax Titles for these properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. ABOUT

CIVICSOURCE.COM CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff & City of Hammond & City of Ponchatoula to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

TANGIPAHOA PARISH, LA – May 16, 2011 – Wednesday May 18th, 2011 the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff, the City of Hammond Government and the City of Ponchatoula Government will host Tax Title Sales at www.CivicSource.com.

By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. Currently over 1150 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $150 to $69,000. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. The Tax Titles for these properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

Archon’s CEO Graduates with Honors from POST Academy

Bryan Barrios, CEO of Archon Information Systems, has completed the certification program of the prestigious Louisiana Police Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) Academy. The POST Academy was established to develop training standards for Louisiana police officers to ensure consistency and high quality training. The certification requirements include completion of the POST Basic Training and passing the POST Statewide Exam for Peace Officers. Mr. Barrios graduated with honors from this rigorous training program that is typically undertaken only by law enforcement personnel.

Barrios’ company, Archon Information Systems, provides technology and collection services to government clients. The focus of Archon’s services is the collection and management of delinquent ad valorem property taxes, which are one of the core duties of sheriffs in Louisiana. Archon counts many sheriffs across the state among its clients. By undertaking the POST certification course, Mr. Barrios was able to gain valuable insight into his clients’ mindset in hopes of becoming an even better service provider.

ABOUT ARCHON INFORMATION SYSTEMS:
Archon is a New Orleans-based company that provides technology and collection services to government clients. The focus of Archon’s services is the collection and management of delinquent ad valorem taxes which are local governments’ major source of revenue. Archon’s products include CivicSource® Administrator, for management of delinquent property taxes, and CivicSource® Auctioneer, for conducting Internet-based tax and adjudication sales. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

POINTE COUPEE PARISH, LA – May 1, 2011 – From 10am to 6pm CST May 11th, 2011, in conformity with LA R.S. 47:2153B(6), the Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate.

Currently over 100 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $150 to $31,000. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

 

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

Morehouse Parish Sheriff to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

MOREHOUSE PARISH, LA – May 1, 2011 – May 10th through May 12th, 2011, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, the Morehouse Parish Sheriff will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. The increased participation leads to higher collection of local tax revenues.

Currently over 220 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $25 to $8,200. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. More and more investors are becoming aware of the excellent potential of purchasing tax titles at government auctions. With the creation of online venues like CivicSource Auctioneer, it is becoming even more popular because it opens up the auction to investors all across the country. If you are looking for somewhere to participate in online tax sales, visit www.civicsource.com, the Property Auction Authority.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

 

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

Lincoln Parish Sheriff to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

LINCOLN PARISH, LA – May 1, 2011 – May 10th through May 12th, 2011, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day, the Lincoln Parish Sheriff will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. The increased participation leads to higher collection of local tax revenues.

Currently over 200 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $100 to $7,400. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. More and more investors are becoming aware of the excellent potential of purchasing tax titles at government auctions. With the creation of online venues like CivicSource Auctioneer, it is becoming even more popular because it opens up the auction to investors all across the country. If you are looking for somewhere to participate in online tax sales, visit www.civicsource.com, the Property Auction Authority.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

 

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

St. Mary Parish to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

ST. MARY PARISH, LA – APRIL 25, 2011 – From 8am CST May 3rd through 8pm May 5th, 2011, St. Mary Parish Government will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. This is the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s second year conducting online tax sales and hopes to build on last year’s success of selling 98% of the available properties.

By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. The increased participation leads to higher collection of local tax revenues.

Currently over 200 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $100 to $76,000. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. More and more investors are becoming aware of the excellent potential of purchasing tax titles at government auctions. With the creation of online venues like CivicSource Auctioneer, it is becoming even more popular because it opens up the auction to investors all across the country. If you are looking for somewhere to participate in online tax sales, visit www.civicsource.com, the Property Auction Authority.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

Patterson City Government to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

PATTERSON, LA – APRIL 25, 2011 – From 8am CST May 3rd through 8pm May 5th, 2011, the Patterson City Government will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. The increased participation leads to higher collection of local tax revenues.

Currently over 59 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $200 to $11,000. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. More and more investors are becoming aware of the excellent potential of purchasing tax titles at government auctions. With the creation of online venues like CivicSource Auctioneer, it is becoming even more popular because it opens up the auction to investors all across the country. If you are looking for somewhere to participate in online tax sales, visit www.civicsource.com, the Property Auction Authority.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.

 

For media inquires contact Brian Danos at brian.danos@civicsource.com or call (504) 708-4313.

Franklin City Government to Conduct Online Tax Title Sale

FRANKLIN, LA – APRIL 25, 2011 – From 8am CST May 3rd through 8pm May 5th, 2011, the Franklin City Government will host a Tax Title Sale online at www.CivicSource.com. This is the Franklin City Government’s first year conducting online tax sales with the hopes of having success similar to those of other Louisiana cities and parishes.

By hosting the sale online, bidders that would not normally be able to attend the auction in person are still able to participate. The increased participation leads to higher collection of local tax revenues.

Currently over 70 properties are slated to go to sale ranging in price from $190 to $2,300. This sale is open to the general public. Free registration and a list of available properties are now available at www.civicsource.com.

A tax title sale is the sale of properties that have delinquent taxes due. These properties are sold to the public for the amount of the delinquent taxes due, plus any accrued interest, penalties, costs and other statutory impositions. The Tax Title Sale is a low-bid wins style auction in which the property is sold to the purchaser willing to bid on the least percent ownership interest in the property.

Winning bidders of the tax sale are expected to pay for their purchases within 72 hours of the close of the auction. Payment must be made in one installment and all sales are final.

These auctions and all future tax sales can be viewed on the CivicSource.com website. Using the convenient search options, bidders can set the parameters for any property that falls within their interests and budget. More and more investors are becoming aware of the excellent potential of purchasing tax titles at government auctions. With the creation of online venues like CivicSource Auctioneer, it is becoming even more popular because it opens up the auction to investors all across the country. If you are looking for somewhere to participate in online tax sales, visit www.civicsource.com, the Property Auction Authority.

ABOUT CIVICSOURCE.COM

CivicSource Auctioneer®, a product of Archon Information Systems, is an online tax sale application, which allows municipalities to effortlessly host a tax sale via the Internet. With CivicSource Auctioneer®, every aspect of the online tax sale, including registration, browsing, bidding and payment processing, is electronically managed and implemented to meet the specific legal requirements set forth by local legislation. For more information call (888) 387-8033 or visit www.civicsource.com.