Auctioneer Darron Meares keeps the action moving at a fast pace as bids are placed during the Beaufort County tax sale Monday at the Charles Lind Brown Activity Center in Beaufort. County tax auctions in recent years have lasted two days because of the high number of delinquent properties. But this year's event, which drew more than 200 registered bidders, was wrapped up in one day.
Auctioneer Darron Meares keeps the action moving at a fast pace as bids are placed during the Beaufort County tax sale Monday at the Charles Lind Brown Activity Center in Beaufort. County tax auctions in recent years have lasted two days because of the high number of delinquent properties. But this year's event, which drew more than 200 registered bidders, was wrapped up in one day. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Auctioneer Darron Meares keeps the action moving at a fast pace as bids are placed during the Beaufort County tax sale Monday at the Charles Lind Brown Activity Center in Beaufort. County tax auctions in recent years have lasted two days because of the high number of delinquent properties. But this year's event, which drew more than 200 registered bidders, was wrapped up in one day. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

PHOTO: Tax auction draws 200 bidders

October 03, 2011 08:21 PM

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