Delinquent Tax Sale scheduled for December 12th, 2019




BY VIRTUE OF EXECUTIONS issued by the Colleton County Treasurer, pursuant to S.C. Code Section 12-45-180, she has directed the Colleton County Tax Collector, to levy the Executions by distress and sell certain pieces and parcels of the defaulting tax payer’s estate in his jurisdiction in order to collect the delinquent taxes, assessments, penalties and costs due.  The listed properties are delinquent for the tax year 2018, and any prior years, and are shown in alphabetical order by name of owner.



Dogwood Hills Country Club

1 Dogwood Lane

Walterboro, SC 29488

Date Thursday, December 12, 2019
Bidder Registration 9:00 a.m.
Auction Begins 10:00 a.m.
Online Registration

Preregister Online for Faster Bidder

assignment on the day of the sale.

(available until 12/12/2019 5:00PM)

Tax Sale List

Access to online list and map of

delinquent properties for tax sale.

(updated 12/3/2019 9:00AM, data extracted 12/1/2019 4:00PM)



To avoid the auction of your property, taxes must be paid BEFORE 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 11, 2019.  Acceptable methods of payment are cash, cashier’s check, money orders, credit/debit cards or electronic transfer.  No personal or business checks will be accepted.


The opening bid shall contain the delinquent taxes for the year 2018 and prior years.  Any properties listed are subject to be removed from sale for reasons applied by law.




The property duly advertised must be sold, by the person officially charged with the collection of delinquent taxes, at public auction at the courthouse or other convenient place within the county, if designated and advertised, on the advertised date for legal tender payable in full by cash, cashier's check, certified check, or money order on the date of the sale. If the defaulting taxpayer or the grantee of record of the property has more than one item advertised to be sold, as soon as sufficient funds have been accrued to cover all of the delinquent taxes, assessments, penalties, and costs, further items must not be sold.


If the official in charge of the tax sale discovers before a tax title has passed that there is a failure of any action required to be properly performed, the official may void the tax sale and refund the amount paid, plus interest in the amount actually earned by the county on the amount refunded, to the successful bidder. If the full amount of the taxes, assessments, penalties, and costs have not been paid, the property must be brought to tax sale as soon as practicable.