The clerk's office does not conduct the foreclosure auction nor has any other involvement in the foreclosure process.
The sale is conducted by the individual trustees for each property. All questions and inquiries regarding the status of a property or the procedure for the auction should be directed to the assigned substitute trustee.
To determine if a substitute trustee has been assigned, you can research Walker County's real property records for free by clicking here or by visiting https://texaslandrecords.com. On this site you can enter a name to see what documents have been recorded in the property records. The legal description or owner's name is required to search.
When: The Mortgage foreclosure auction are held per the date and time listed on the Notice of Sale for each property.
Where: The east side of the Walker County Courthouse (inside or on stairs) located on University Avenue is the designated location of sales.
If you are a homeowner facing foreclosure, please visit the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs' Foreclosure Assistance page.
This availability is offered as a convenience to the public and is not required by law. The website simulates in-person viewing.
After a trustee files the Notice of Sale, the clerk's office does not in any way maintain the list other than add to it.
These documents are neither county clerk records nor permanent records. Each month's file is destroyed the day after the sale. For these reasons, the postings are neither indexed nor searchable at this time. The clerk's office apologizes for any inconvenience you may experience.
All postings are also available for in-person public viewing at the Walker County Clerk's Office.