The City of Concord, its legal representatives, employees, contractors, and agents cannot provide legal advice to you regarding the purchase of real property listed on this site. Any questions pertaining to the title, conveyance documentation, all procedures and the authority to sell real property, please consult with an attorney.

The City of Concord is a North Carolina municipal corporation and under the authority of NCGS §160 A Article 12, The Sale and Disposition of Property, offers the following properties for sale to the General Public. All properties are sold as is, where is, and without warranty as to the title and inhabitability of the properties shown. The City has not completed, nor contracted with any party, to perform a real property appraisal or current survey of any of the real properties, unless otherwise stated on the listing.

The City of Concord and its City Attorney encourage and recommend that all prospective Buyers consult an attorney regarding the purchase of any of the properties listed on this website. Purchasers will be responsible for conducting their own title search prior to bidding on any of the properties listed on this website.

The City of Concord advertises properties for sale on, www.concordnc,gov, on the site of the real property, at the Cabarrus County Courthouse (if applicable), and in the Independent Tribune (Wednesday, Friday, or Sunday).

All Buyers must submit an offer in writing along with a 5% earnest money deposit in cash, certified funds check, or money order to be held by the City Clerk in trust for closing. 

All offers will be presented to the City Council of the City of Concord. Once accepted by the City Council of the City of Concord, the offer will be advertised in the Independent Tribune or another newspaper of acceptable circulation. If the City does not receive any upset bids as directed in the advertisement, the Buyer will have won the bid for the real property. Once the offer is accepted, the Buyer will be required to pay the remainder of the balance due plus an additional $26.00 for the recording of the deed within 30 days after confirmation. 

The City will convey property by a North Carolina Non-Warranty Deed unless otherwise stated. Property will be conveyed to the Buyer, subject to all existing easements, restrictions, conditions, protective covenants, rights-of-way, utilities, zoning laws, and all ordinances of record. The City will not convey, nor contract to sell property, subject to any conditional use or zoning classification prior to or upon confirmation of sale. Any code violations affecting existing structures the parcel will need to be back into compliance according the standards described in the City of Concord Code of Ordinances no later than six (6) months after the conclusion of the sale. 

If you submit a written bid and place an earnest money deposit with the City Clerk and you choose not to purchase the real property or do not deliver the remainder of the funds due within 30 days from the date of acceptance, the City will not refund your earnest money. No exceptions will be made. 

The conditions listed above are not negotiable nor will they be waived.