Welcome home.

Harvey County is glad you’re here. We’re situated along the beautiful Little Arkansas River within the second-largest statistical metropolitan area in Kansas.
We enjoy the close-knit feel that small towns provide, but we’re just 10 miles north of the City of Wichita, the largest city in Kansas. That affords Harvey County residents and business owners the best of both worlds.
Harvey County is an excellent location for both highway and railroad travel, making it a logical choice for businesses seeking to expand or relocate.
I-135 travels north to south through the middle of the county. Highway 50 winds east to west through the county. The Amtrak mainline of the Burlington-Santa Fe Railroad runs east to west throughout the county.
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Mon Sep 25 @12:00AM Commission Meeting 9 a.m.
Mon Oct 02 @12:00AM Commission Meeting 9 a.m.
Mon Oct 09 @12:00AM Columbus Day - County Offices Closed
Mon Oct 09 @12:00AM Commission Meeting 8 a.m.

Foreclosure Process

The only types of Kansas foreclosures allowed are judicial foreclosures. They begin when the lender files a Notice of Default against a homeowner with the local court. The court must then inform the homeowner of the suit being brought against them, as the homeowner has twenty days in which to contest the default at a court hearing. If the court finds a default has in fact occurred, or the homeowner fails to contest, they will rule in favor of the lender and grant the homeowner a final ten days in which to provide payment of the default amount to the lender. After these ten days are up, the court will order the homeowner's property to be sold at public auction in order to retrieve the debt. 

Kansas foreclosure sales must be advertised by placing a Notice of Sale in a local newspaper once weekly for three weeks before the sale. The final Notice must appear one to two weeks before the sale occurs. The court will specify other obligations for the public announcement of the sale, which must be followed.

On the day of the sale, The Sheriff  auctions off the property to the highest bidder at the county courthouse, and that person receives a Certificate of Sale. 

A homeowner's redemption rights are based on how much of the mortgage loan had already been paid off at the time of the default. If at least 1/3 of the mortgage loan has been paid, the homeowner will be granted up to one full year to redeem ownership by paying the full sale price of the property plus interest. If under 1/3 has been paid, the homeowner will only be granted three months to redeem.
Below you will find an updated list of Sheriff Sales for properties within Harvey County. When a property is canceled, the date canceled column will reflect the date in which the Harvey County Sheriff's Office has been notified of the cancellation. 
I APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THE LACK OF UPDATES MIGHT HAVE CAUSED.  DUE TO SOME WEBSITE ISSUES, UPDATES WERE NOT SAVING ONTO THE PAGE.  Should you be needing any of the previous records that did not save, please contact Melissa at 316-284-6960.

Harvey County Sheriff Sales

Date Case # Owner's Last Name Property Address Atty Representing Mortgage Company Date Canceled
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