Minnehaha County, South Dakota
Mortgage foreclosures sales are held every Wednesday starting at 11:00 a.m. and are held inside the front door of the Minnehaha County Courthouse, 425 N. Dakota Avenue. Current listings are as follows:
* ALL Minnehaha County Mortgage Foreclosures will be scheduled at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesdays. The listings may not be read in the same order as they appear on the Minnehaha County website.
CIV. # 17-2976 FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTG CO (HALLIDAY WATKINS…) VS JOHNNA M LINDSTROM, 810 SOUTH SPRING AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $87,387.00.
CIV. # 17-1485 US BANK NAT’L ASSOC (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS LEON L CARSON, 6212 W. CHEYENNE DR., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $49,435.70.
CIV. # 17-2480 WELLS FARGO BANK (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS BRENT / RENEE SMALLFIELD, 3501 E. IRONWOOD CIR., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $266,361.30.
CIV. # 16-2237 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC DBA CHAMPION MRTG CO (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS ARLA R OLSEON (DECEASED), 5108 E. 17TH ST., SFSD; JDGMT AMT OF $128,909.46.
CIV. # 17-2614 PLAINS COMMERCE BANK (CADWELL SANFORD…) VS ARBORS EDGE LAND HOLDINGS LLC/SCOTT TERVEEN, 5420 EAST 6TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $881,879.30.
CIV. # 17-1861 IDAHO HOUSING & FINANCE ASSOC (SAYER LAW GROUP) VS PATRICK G POPE, 2101 E. ELIZABETH DR., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $181,225.06.
CIV. # 17-1990 IDAHO HOUSING & FINANCE ASSOC (SAYER LAW GROUP) VS CHRIS WILDE, 429 N. COCKATIEL AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $156,010.72.
CIV. # 17-0897 US BANK NA (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS RODNEY P / TAMARA A FLUTH, 1516 S. GRANGE AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $102,148.91.
CIV. # 17-1524 FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS FRANK D SEILER JR., 2612 S. AVONDALE AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $202,889.81.
CIV. # 17-2400 MINNWEST BANK (WOODS FULLER SHULTZ…) VS BLAKE QUIEN, 617 EAST 7TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $310,407.50.
CIV. # 17-1923 WELLS FARGO BANK (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS ANTONNIO R / CHRISTINA L MANN, 1100 N. DULUTH AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $106,709.67.
CIV. # 16-1900 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS DARIN S WOODWOOD, 1909 E. 5TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $89,851.73.
CIV. # 16-2786 US BANK NAT’L ASSOC (HALLIDAY WATKINS) VS ROBERT P ROSENQUIST, 3716 NORTH 8TH AVENUE, SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $18,800.00.
CIV. # 15-0083 PHH MORTGAGE CORP (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS MICHAEL / ANGELICA HENCH, 6113 W. OSCAR HOWE CIR., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $260,075.54.
CIV. # 17-1523 US BANK NAT’L ASSOC (HALLADAY WATKINS…) VS DANIELLE L CUNNINGHAM, 3408 EAST 28TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $95,144.00.
CIV. # 17-3280 PENNYMAC LOAN SRVS LLC (HALLIDAY, WATKINS…) VS MATTHEW G / RAYMOND G SCHMIDT, 1004 WEST 6TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $90,482.00.
CIV. # 17-1771 FRANKLIN AMERICAN MRTG CO (HALLIDAY, WATKINS…) VS LEE DAVID HOHN, 500 CAITLIN AVE., BALTIC, SD ; JDGMT AMT OF $164,326.00.
CIV. # 13-0401 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA (DAVENPORT EVANS…) VS SOLID ROCK FOUNDATION LLC, 25781 COTTONWOOD AVE., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $1,059,060.07.
CIV. # 17-1297 WELLS FARGO BANK NA (MACKOFF KELLOGG) VS MONICA / ANTHONY NEUFVILLE, 3012 – 3014 E. 12TH ST., SFSD; JGMT AMT OF $141,393.76.
CIV. # 17-0571 PENNYMAC LOAN SERVICES LLC (HALLIDAY WATKINS…) VS SHANNON DUNN, 607 MAE ROSE DR., VALLEY SPRINGS, SD 57068; JGMT AMT OF $143,378.00
CIV. # 17-3203 CORTRUST BANK NA (DAVENPORT EVANS…) VS ANDREA LYNN NEKVINDA, 8809 WEST 32ND ST., #10, SFSD; JDGMT AMT OF $104,762.26.
The Minnehaha County Sheriff is required by law to conduct foreclosure sales in many instances. The following information is provided to assist you in becoming familiar with such sales. Please see the disclaimer at the bottom of this Procedure for important information.
The person requesting the sale, normally the Plaintiff in a foreclosure action who has obtained a judgment directing sale, should contact the Sheriff's Office to set a time and date for the sale. Sales are normally conducted at 11 a.m. on Wednesday mornings, in the front lobby of the Minnehaha County Courthouse. There will not be sales during any weeks in which Wednesday is a legal holiday.
The person requesting the sale should prepare a notice of sale and take it to the Sheriff's Office for signature, or mail it with a self-addressed postage-prepaid return envelope. (Note: The Sheriff's Office will not be responsible for filing the Notice of Sale with the Clerk of Courts.)
The person requesting the sale should publish the Notice of Sale at least once a week for two successive weeks in a legal newspaper of general circulation in each of the counties where the property is located.
Prior to the sale, parties who are interested in buying at the auction may wish to research the property’s title history. The Sheriff's Office makes no guarantees about the quality of title buyers will receive: and it cannot give legal advice to private citizens.
On date and time of the sale, the Sheriff will begin by reading the Notice of Sale and state that the following conditions will apply to bidding:
The Sheriff will start the bidding with any mail-in bids, or with an opening bid by the person requesting the sale. NOTE: The Sheriff’s Office is not responsible for mail-in bids that do not reach the person conducting the sale on time. Bidders mail in bids at their own risk)
Upon completion of the bidding. the Sheriff will announce that the bidding is closed: however, the auction will not be closed. If the successful bidder fails to bring a Certificate of Sale and full payment by 3:00 o’clock P.M. on the day of the sale, the second highest bidder (if there is one) will have an opportunity to purchase the property at the last amount she/he bid. Otherwise the person requesting the sale will have to initiate the sale process from the beginning, at his or her own expense. (NOTE: The Sheriff’s fees for sale must be paid for each sale conducted by the Sheriff. If a person requesting the sale is required to pay more than one fee, he or she will have to look to the defaulting buyer for recourse.)
The Sheriff will sign a Certificate of Sale, prepared by the Buyer. This Certificate must contain the following information:
The Buyer generally must file Certificate of Sale with Register of Deeds of the county where the property is located within 20 days of the sale. Once again, the Sheriff's Office does not file documents with other offices.
The owner's right of redemption (most commonly 180 days) begins on the day after the Certificate of Sale is recorded at the Register of Deeds. If the last day to redeem falls on Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the next weekday is considered the last day.
Persons seeking to redeem from foreclosure sales must obtain payoff information from the Buyer who purchased the property at the foreclosure sale. If time permits, the Sheriff's Office may contact the Buyer for a person seeking to redeem in order to confirm a payoff amount; but the Sheriff is not responsible for obtaining or obligated to obtain the payoff amount. The Sheriff's Office will sign a Certificate of Redemption once there is documentation presented indicating that the full amount due upon redemption, including redemption expenses of which the Sheriff has actual notice, is being paid. The Sheriff's Office has no responsibility or liability in any dispute between the parties as to whether the redemption amount encompasses any and/or all expenses due, as that dispute is only between the buyer and redeemer pursuant to South Dakota Codified Law. To avoid potential disputes between the buyer and redeeming party, persons wishing to redeem might wish to contact the Buyer from the foreclosure sale for payoff information well in advance of the end of the redemption period.
Unless the property has been redeemed, the Sheriff will sign a Deed, prepared by the Buyer, at any time on or after 181 days from the date the Certificate of Sale is recorded at the Register of Deeds.
Please note that this information is provided for the benefit of the public and is not offered as legal advice. Please refer to the published legal Notice of Sale in the newspaper for information regarding the property that is being sold. Any person needing legal advice will need to contact his or her own private attorney. The Sheriff is not responsible for any misrepresentations or omissions, intentional or otherwise, made by any persons, including Sheriff's office employees, as to the state of title, the existence or amounts of liens or encumbrances against the property, the value or condition of the property being sold; or the consequences of a bankruptcy proceeding that might affect the sale.