We rejuvenate and positively impact our neighborhoods and the community at large by converting blighted areas of vacant and distressed structures to areas with occupied homes.
Owner doesn't pay property tax
The house or vacant lot then goes to a sales tax
If the property or vacant lot does not sell then the deed reverts to the county upon request from the ACCDC office
The county relinquishes the deed to ACCDC to manage. If there are any houses available, they will be scheduled for bid. All vacant lots will be sold as "first come first served" at a predetermined price.
We offer properties that have houses/structures, as well as vacant lots. While the majority of our properties are classified and zoned as residential, we also occasionally have a few commercial buildings and lots.
Please see our PROPERTY LIST on the DOCUMENTS & INFORMATION page for a complete listing of available properties.
Buyers of our properties include people looking to purchase a home for their family to live in, as well as landlords and property investors who are looking for houses to rent or to fix up and sell.
Buyers of our properties also include people looking for vacant lots to expand their yards, space for their kids to play, space for gardens or even space to build a new house if the lot is big enough. There are a lot of possibilities.
The ACCDC office is located on the first floor in Suite 170 in the CITIZENS SQUARE City-County government building at 200 E. Berry Street. There is a customer parking lot on the north side of the building off Clinton and Berry Streets, and there are metered parking spaces on the street around the building. Enter the building on either the north or south sides, and our department is located down the east hallway. Ask at the information desk for directions if you need help. We look forward to your visit! (Click on the maps below for directions)