The process to sell or convey right or interest in County-owned Real Estate is administered by Pasco County Facilities Management. When the Board of County Commissioners declare County-owned property as surplus, Real Estate is listed for sale through a public bid process.
This list is updated frequently, so please check back often.
NO PROPERTIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT THIS TIME
All bids must be registered through the Florida Bid System at www.floridabidsystem.com prior to mailing sealed bids to Pasco County Purchasing Department.
Bids must be contained in a sealed envelope and clearly marked on the outermost envelope with the Bid Number (example: SALE-DL-00-000). All bids must be in writing and delivered to the Pasco County Purchasing Department by no later than the date and time of the bid expiration. All interested parties are invited to attend.
Each bid must be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the bid purchase price in US Dollars in the form of a certified check or cashier’s check made payable to Pasco County Board of County Commissioners.
The awarded bidder shall have ninety (90) days, after notice of acceptance/award, to complete the transfer process and pay the remainder of the purchase price and all closing costs.
Pasco County Purchasing Department
8919 Government Drive
New Port Richey, FL 34654
For additional information please call the Purchasing Department at: (727) 847-8194 or Email Surplus Lands.
All County-owned Surplus Land sales are sold AS IS. No actual or implied warranties of habitability, condition, merchantability, or fitness for any general or specific use are hereby given.
Buyers will be responsible for the payment of documentary stamp tax and recording fees, which are due at the time of purchase. Property sale transfers are by County Deed.
It is the responsibility of the potential buyer to contact the appropriate governmental agencies to determine whether the property can be utilized for the buyer’s intended use.
Pasco County reserves the right to waive any and all informalities, to reject all bids, or to accept any bid deemed to be in the best interest of the County.