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Sales are conducted on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. in the Lobby of the Sheriff's Department Justice Center, 515 W. Moreland Boulevard, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

***Please note beginning in July, 2018, the Sheriff's Department will be scheduling sales twice a month, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.

*NEW* - Third Party Bidder Requirements

Per WI State Statute 846.155 and 846.16, effective October 2018, third party bidders and their assignees are required to meet minimum bidder qualifications in order to place a bid at a foreclosure sale. These qualifications include:

  1. The third party bidder or assigns do not own property in the state where taxes are more than 120 days delinquent.
  2. The third party bidder or assigns do not have an unsatisfied judgment against them relating to a violation of a state or local building code with respect to property in this state.
  3. The third party bidder is not acting on behalf of or in agreement with anyone who does not meet the minimum bidder qualifications.

Third party bidders will also be required to file an affidavit of minimum bidder qualifications with the court. False representation on this affidavit can result in penalties including, but not limited to, denial of the confirmation of sale and resale of the property, forfeit of down-payment, and a $1000.00 fine. Please review WI State Statute 846.155 and 846.16 for a more in-depth review of the third party bidder qualifications. If you have any legal questions, we advise you consult legal counsel.

The Sheriff is a ministerial officer of the Court and is without power to make any terms except those authorized and prescribed by the Court. He sells only the judgment debtor's title. If there is no title, the purchaser acquires none. The rule of Caveat Emptor (let the buyer beware) is fully applicable to sales made under execution.

Foreclosure sales are for real property only. The Sheriff's Office does not know whether or not persons occupy the property. Further, we cannot give permission for any prospective bidders to enter and inspect any structure that may be located on the property to be sold. All property is sold "As Is".

Properties sold at auction by the Sheriff's Office are generally advertised in local area newspapers. A copy of the notice of sale shall be printed each week for 3 successive weeks in a newspaper of the county prior to the date of sale.

In addition to newspaper advertising, notices of sale are posted for public viewing at the Sheriff Department Lobby as well as the Municipality where the property being sold is located.

Sales of property are "open-type" auction sales (no sealed bids). A minimum bid is normally bid on the first round by the Plaintiff.

The successful bidder, upon full payment of the bid, will receive a Sheriff's Deed. This deed may not give clear title to the property. In order to obtain a clear title one must satisfy all superior liens and encumbrances. If a purchaser does not complete the sale, he can be held liable for his deposit, and for all losses and expenses.

If you are interested in a particular piece of property, we recommend a title search before you actually bid.

Private firms conduct title searches. Their telephone numbers may be found in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. A fee is charged.

Should you have a legal question, we recommend you consult an attorney.

If the property you purchase is occupied, it is your responsibility to have the occupants removed.

In most cases the owner can redeem the property, even after the sale, for a period of 10 calendar days from the date of sale. By law the owner can declare bankruptcy within that same period.


A. Each property is sold subject to restrictions of record which are unknown to the Sheriff and subject to any unpaid taxes and water bills or assessments, and such state of facts as an accurate survey and physical inspection of the premises may reveal.

B. The highest bidder at the sale shall be the Purchaser. If any dispute arises as to who may be the highest bidder, the property will be resold.

C. If you are the successful bidder on a property, you are required to post a deposit of 10% of the total bid price in cash, cashier's check, certified check, or bank check immediately after the close of that sale. Certified checks MUST be made payable to: Waukesha County Sheriff Department.. NO COMPANY, AGENCY OR PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

D. The PURCHASER may be required to pay recording fees and Real Estate Transfer Fees.


  1. Subject to any unpaid municipal liens, unpaid taxes and assessments.
  2. Subject to such facts as an accurate survey and physical inspection of the premises will disclose.
  3. Subject to restrictions, reversions, reservations, easements and right of way of record, if any.
  4. Subject to rights of tenants and occupants, if any.
  5. Subject to Federal, State, County and Municipal ordinances, statutes and regulations, including zoning ordinances.
  6. Sold in an "as is" condition.
  7. Subject to the right of the plaintiff to apply to the Court for surplus moneys for sums advanced, with interest thereon since the entry of final judgment, additional advances for taxes and other items have been made by plaintiff. (Amount to be announced.)
  8. The right of redemption of the United States of America as a result of Federal Liens.
  9. If the subject premises be a Condominium, the sale is subject to any unpaid assessments, which may be a lien on the premises, and subject to all applicable provisions of the Master Deed and by-laws of Condominium Association.

There are times when the sale of property is not completed on the date advertised because of adjournments, settlements or bankruptcies.


All sales are performed on Wednesdays in the Main Lobby of the Waukesha County Sheriff Department Justice Center, 515 W. Moreland Blvd., Door #8.

SALES RESULTS WILL NOT BE POSTED. (Click on Case title to see Case posting)


February 27th, 2019

17CV270         Landmark Credit Union v. Todd A. Erchul
18CV001133   Wells Fargo Bank v. Ryan Ehli
18CV869         Wells Fargo Bank v. Timothy J. Lacosse
18CV001134   Ditech Financial v. Curtis A. Teuteberg
18CV001118   Wells Fargo Bank v. John G. Andersen
17CV237         CitiMortgage Inc. v. Roger H. Wickert
18CV748         Bayview Loan Servicing v. Carol Oie
18CV681         Bank of America v. Irene I. Hall
18CV629         Wilmington Savings Fund v. Lisa K. Tolfa
18CV000918   Wells Fargo Bank v. Erica M. Dormer
18CV001015   Nationwide Advantage v. David A. McSorley
18CV001234   JPMorgan Chase Bank v. Ronald D. Stillman
17CV000625   Huntington National Bank v. Robert W. Pockey
18CV000542   Wilmington Savings Fund v. Gregory J. Lenarduzzi
17CV001100   Deutsche Bank v. Joy M. Lange
17CV001645   Wells Fargo Bank v. Noel A. Leopold
18CV000843   Wells Fargo Bank v. Gregory Bautista

March 13th, 2019

18CV000554   US Bank NA v. Jacqueline J. Marinello
18CV000604   Ditech Financial v. Steven M. Rabinovich
18CV002066   Waukesha State Bank v. Dennis C. Marquardt
17CV002006   Flagstar Bank v. Deanna L. Tharpe
18CV001703   Wells Fargo Bank v. Thomas A. Bihn
18CV001973   The Money Source Inc. v. Brittany E. Burks
18CV000821   Rushmore Loan Management v. Douglas G. Colton

March 27th, 2019

18CV402         Associated Bank v. C&J Holdings of Wisconsin
17CV2004       Enchanted Village Condominium v. Michael Werden
18CV001412   Sunset Meadows Condominium v. Edna B. Wilson
13CV1612       US Bank NA v. Brenda Schindler
17CV000217   Lindale Villas Condominiums v. Brenda L. Breit
17CV002266   The Bank of New York Mellon v. James G. Schleicher
18CV000093   JPMorgan Chase Bank v. Vincent F. Manzara
18CV000945   Wells Fargo Bank v. Anthony Bleskan