How does the bidding start?

The mortgage company gives the sheriff’s office a starting bid before the day of the sale. The mortgage company’s bid is considered a sealed bid and will not be disclosed until the sale begins. A bid of a least $1.00 higher than the starting bid can win the bid.  

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1. If I purchase property at a sheriff’s sale, do I get clear title?
2. If I purchase at a sheriff’s sale, who is responsible for back property taxes?
3. Do I have to pay the full amount of my bid the day I purchase
4. How do I pay for a purchase at a sheriff’s sale?
5. Can I enter the residence I plan to purchase or view the property?
6. Does the sheriff have keys to the residence?
7. How does the bidding start?
8. What happens if I am the highest bidder and change my mind about buying the property?
9. What does redemption period mean?
10. If I purchase a property that has a redemption period, do I have to pay for the property within two hours just like the no redemption sales?
11. If I purchase and there is a redemption period, when do I get a sheriff’s deed?
12. If I purchase and there is a redemption period, can I enter the property before the redemption period is up?
13. When I get a sheriff’s deed, what do I do next?
14. If I get a sheriff’s deed and there are people living there, how do I get them out? Do I have to go through the eviction process?
15. If my property is purchased at a sale, when do I have to be out?
16. What paperwork is required from ATTORNEY OFFICES to begin the Sheriff Sale process?