Personal Property Sales
Personal Property Sales are held in cases involving money judgments, either from the Court of Common Pleas or a District Court. At a Personal Property Sale a defendant’s personal, moveable property, which is subject to a levy, is sold. Personal Property includes such items as furniture, appliances, computers, televisions, vehicles, etc. Sheriff’s Sales of Personal Property are held on the last Thursday of each month in Hearing Room B of the Monroe County Courthouse. Sales start promptly at 10:00am.
Please see our Personal Property FAQs for additional information.
The advance deposit for all personal property executions is $250.00. If a vehicle is to be towed and stored the required deposit is $1,500.00. For heavy equipment, trailers, and/or requests for storage of all personal property until the time of the sale or anything other than a vehicle, please contact our office to get a deposit quote. All deposits must be in the form of cash, money order, cashiers check or Pennsylvania attorney check made payable to the Sheriff of Monroe County. We can not accept personal, business, certified or out of state checks. We reserve the right to request additional monies.
Properties are sold sight unseen and subject to all liens.