Tax Sales

TAX SALES


TAX SALE WAS HELD ON JUNE 2ND, 2022 - PUBLIC AUCTION

A LIST OF SOLD PROPERTIES IS ATTACHED BELOW.  ALL SOLD PROPERTIES ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW.

ANY UNSOLD PROPERTIES CANNOT BE SOLD AT ANY OTHER TIME EXCEPT FOR A TAX SALE.

A DATE FOR OUR NEXT TAX SALE HAS NOT BEEN SET.

JUNE 2ND LIST OF SOLD PROPERTIES

Changes to the payment procedure are as follows:

Once a property is auctioned and sold, the tax sale will be stopped, and the successful bidder will be required to proceed to the cashier for immediate payment. The Tax Sale will not continue until payment is processed.  If paying by debit, please contact your financial institution to ensure your limits are increased to accommodate payment. WE WILL NOT HOLD THE SALE FOR YOU TO CALL THE BANK. In the event you have not made prior arrangements for payment, your bid will be null and void and the property will be re-auctioned.  

The CBRM does not email the property lists or provide an individual with a list.  All information will be provided on this site.  Please ensure you check the website on a regular basis for updated information.

Tax Sale email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tax sale contact names: 
Beverly Candelora, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  902-563-5145
Andrea Hussey, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  902-563-5144

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SURPLUS PROPERTY MAP (NOT PART OF TAX SALES)

The Cape Breton Municipality is entertaining expression of interest from individuals, partners and companies for proposals for surplus property throughout the municipality. 

The interactive property viewer is here: View Map Here

If you are interested in purchasing surplus property, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 902-563-5045 for more information on zoning requirements per property, and more about the proposal process.

The CBRM would be required to review the request on an individual basis to ensure compliance with zoning, and all related municipal issues including public works possible concerns.The Cape Breton Regional Municipality reserves the right at its sole discretion to approve or reject any offer; or modify the terms of any offer if it is deemed to be in the best overall interest of the Municipality.