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The Land Bank is a government organization that manages tax-foreclosed properties in Genesee County.

Every year we receive a new inventory of tax-foreclosed properties. The County forecloses on these properties after three years of unpaid taxes. We then work to put these properties back into productive use.  This includes selling and renting our properties, managing blight, greening, and revitalizing the neighborhoods that surround our properties.

The Land Bank currently owns roughly 13,802 properties in Genesee County:

  • 192 commercial buildings
  • 4,546 residential homes
  • 338 commercial vacant lots
  • 8,441 residential vacant lots
  • 33 other

Go to the Flintpropertyportal.com to create maps and look up information on Land Bank properties in Flint. 

MISSION

The Land Bank's mission is to restore value to the community by acquiring, developing and selling vacant and abandoned properties in cooperation with stakeholders who value responsible land ownership.

The Land Bank will be closed the following days:

  • Monday, December 24th - Tuesday, December 25th

  • Monday, December 31st - Tuesday, January 1st                                            

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452 S. Saginaw Street, 2nd Floor
Flint, Michigan 48502

PHONE: 810.257.3088
FAX: 810.257.3090