Traverse City News and Events

Leelanau Sheriff's Office No Longer Handling Foreclosure Sales

By Beth Milligan | Jan. 12, 2018

The Leelanau County Sheriff's Office will no longer handle local foreclosure sales.

According to an announcement from the Sheriff's Office, a long-time employee who had overseen property forclosure sales retired from the department. "This was an appropriate time for our agency to transfer this service to a company that specializes in this area," the Sheriff's Office stated.

All future property foreclosure sales will now be handled by Risk and Associates. The firm will also handle several civil paper services for the Sheriff's Office. The company can be reached at 877-374-7170.

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