The City of Waco has a few properties for sale that are considered unbuildable/substandard lots. Lots available are too small AND do not meet the standard building requirements. The current listings are only for sale to neighboring property owners. Adjacent property owners may email Kendra Anderson at KendraA@wacotx.gov to schedule an appointment to purchase.
The best way to obtain a tax foreclosure is to reach out to MVBA Law learn their process and check their website for upcoming tax foreclosure sales.
Tax Foreclosures are FIRST offered for Sale on County Court House steps every other month.
Obtain the list of properties. https://mvbalaw.com/tax-sales/
The list is located on their site 21 days prior to each scheduled sale date.
Kendra, City of Waco Property Manager, is also the manager of Trustee Properties that are owned by the County, ISD and the City.
The Trust receives new inventory, if a property DOES NOT sell on the courthouse steps, then the property is deed to the Trust for the benefit all taxing entities, WISD, County and the City of Waco.
The Trust has not received properties recently, as the majority are sold on the courthouse steps.
The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) regulates real estate brokers and sales agents, real estate inspectors, home warranty companies, easement and right-of-way agents, and timeshare interest providers. You can find more information and check the status of a license holder at TREC.Texas.gov.
Please click here to read the Consumer Protection Notice.
Texas law requires all real estate license holders to give the following information about brokerage services to prospective buyers, tenants, sellers and landlords. A broker is responsible for all brokerage activities, including acts performed by sales agents sponsored by the broker.
Please click here to read the Information About Brokerage Services.