Lincoln County Oregon Sheriffs' Sales

This page contains listings of Oregon Foreclosed Properties and Public Auctions. Cities include but are not limited to Depoe Bay, Lincoln City and Newport.

Contact Lincoln County Sheriff's Office

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
225 West Olive Street
Newport, Oregon 97365
Contact: Support Services Division - Civil Section
Tel: 541-265-4915 or 541-265-0660
Fax: 541-265-4917

All pending Sheriff sales for this county may not be posted on this site. See About this Site for more information.

Sale Date Type City Notice of Sale Supporting Documents/Photos
02-23-2017 Real Lincoln City US Bank vs Clark, et al Writ of Execution and General Judgment
02-28-2017 Real Yachats 21st Mortgage Corporation vs Johnson, et al Writ of Execution and General Judgment
03-07-2017 Real Otis Res-OR Three, LLC vs First Equity Builders Inc, et al Writ of Execution and General Judgment
03-28-2017 Real Otis US Bank vs Meissner, et al Writ of Execution and General Judgment

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