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The Mecklenburg Times’ Public Records data are business leads every business owner can use. Within our records, you can find the most recent filings, from bankruptcies to foreclosures. Below is a list of records you can search:

Foreclosure records – newly filed foreclosures, upcoming sales, and reports of sale

Newly Fileds – residential or commercial properties that have been filed with the court system and are scheduled for hearing in Mecklenburg, Union and Iredell counties

For an example file, click here.

Upcoming Sales – foreclosure sales that have been scheduled for auction in Mecklenburg, Union and Iredell counties

Reports of Sales – foreclosure sales that have been auctioned and sales are pending or waiting to be finalized

For an example file, click here.

Bankruptcies – the legally declared inability or impairment of ability of an individual or organization to pay its creditors, all filings collected are within Mecklenburg County

New Corporations – incorporations filed with the North Carolina Secretary of State

New Businesses – businesses filed with the Mecklenburg County Office of the Tax Collector’s

Real estate transactions – properties bought or sold within Mecklenburg County, whether residential or commercial

Please note: This data is collected by our records researcher and from third-party resources with the primary purpose of providing a service to those in need of business leads. If you are interested in specific details of a listing, please contact the indicated trustee or attorney for more information.

However, if you have questions concerning our collection process or cannot find a listing, please feel free to contact Scott Baughman at scott.baughman@mecktimes.com.

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