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12 Media Patch Homes Listed for Friday’s Sheriff's Sale

Delaware County properties will be on the block for the monthly sheriff's sale Friday, Nov. 16.

Nearly 140 properties are on the list for Friday's Delaware County sheriff's sale. However, many on the list have been postponed and some were settled, leaving about 130 properties on the block.

There are six properties listed within Media Patch:

  • 1025 Nicole Drive, Edgmont, $414,439.77
  • 1675 Slitting Mill Road, Edgmont, $582,658.59
  • 219 Lungren Road, Middletown, $95,720.36
  • 34 East Knowlton Road, Middletown, $356,573.57
  • 128 Summit Road, Upper Providence, $136,122.34
  • 2219 East Deerfield Drive, Upper Providence, $715,861.2

There are a few properties in Media Patch that have also been continued to Friday's sheriff's sale:

  • 226 Brooke Street, Media, $10,646.40
  • 613 Darlington Road, Middletown, $549,963.13
  • 825 Ridley Creek Drive, Middletown, $214,277.28
  • 6 Moore Circle, Middletown, $402,185.32
  • 258 South Pennell Road, Middletown, $384,750.71
  • 261 Timber Jump Lane, Upper Providence, $285,942.31

Sales start at 11 a.m. in the County Council Meeting Room on the first floor of the Government Center Building, Delaware County Court House, Front St. & Veterans Square in Media.

There is a minimum total bid amount that must be exceeded for each property to sell. The winning bidder must have 10 percent of the sale price at the auction, with the remaining portion due within 10 days of the sale. Deposits must be made in cash or by certified check at the time of the sale.

The properties are not available for inspection prior to the sale. More information is available on Delaware County's sheriff's website.

Mr SMith November 16, 2012 at 02:50 PM
The more I think about it- the more I become upset. I hope this doenst happen to anyone at the Patch...
Mark Scolis November 16, 2012 at 04:51 PM
Dear patch It is not as easy as 10% down and balance within 10days. You may soon find out that the second lien holder brought the home to sale and your bid is subject to paying off the first lien holder. Is the owner in the house?? Have fun getting them out. Then if you pass those hurtles ,along with all the others I do not have time to mention,,,, you know you just purchased the house as-is .Now you go inside and find that termites and a upset owner have trashed the house. Purchasing foreclosed property at sheriff sale can be very risky and time consuming. You should mention some risk in your report and I agree with Mr. Smith, a local paper should not be ousting people whom found themselves down on their luck.
Rose Tree Fire Co. #1 Ladies Auxiliary November 17, 2012 at 02:07 PM
The sheriff sales do need to be mentioned! We need to know our community is not immuned to foreclosures, etc. the economy isn't getting better as quickly as some politicians would like us to believe.
Mr SMith November 17, 2012 at 06:50 PM
Thank you Mark. To the Rose Tree Fire Co...Would you like your address listed on Media Patch if your house was up for Sheriff Sale? Maybe you are going through a nasty divorce or some other personal problems. So you read the Patch to learn about how bad the economy is? Really?
m e April 18, 2013 at 05:21 PM
It is a sad state of affairs when America sells out it own people for a dollar's profit. Salute your flag, but only if it's legal currency. The next Great Depression and they won't even have the stones to call it what it is. We're letting the weakest of us sit on the throne. Time for a reshuffling of the cards. If most are too apathetic, mother nature will take the reins and force a change to the game.

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