The Real Estate Services Department provides internal services for the County government and other governmental agencies. We often receive questions from the public regarding general real estate matters. We do our best to direct these inquiries to helpful resources, but they are not services we provide.
The RESD Acquisitions & Dispositions Division holds auctions for surplus County property as those properties become available. A list of upcoming auctions and property information can be found on our For Sale web page.
Tax-defaulted properties may be purchased through the San Bernardino County Tax Collector’s office via an online auction. For more information, visit the Tax Collector’s website.
Please note, all auctions held at the courthouse are typically held by private parties. The County has no affiliation with these privately held auctions. Please contact the agency holding the auction or the courthouse for more information.
The RESD evaluates all properties on a case by case basis. Property donations are accepted based upon County department and public necessity. Please call our Acquisitions & Dispositions Team at (909) 387-5252 for more information.
Please contact the Leasing and Property Management Team at (909) 387-5252.
RESD does not provide lists of sales or property values to the public. Nor do we provide general property information about property not owned by the County.
You may be able to obtain some information from the Assessor’s office, Land Use Services Department, other County Departments, or a local real estate agency.
Deeds are recorded by the San Bernardino County Recorder. If you have any questions regarding the recording process, you may call (855) REC-CLRK and speak to an agent who can assist you. If you have additional questions or require assistance, you should obtain the services of a professional.
RESD provides internal services for the County government and other governmental agencies. If you are seeking the services of an appraiser to help determine the value of a property, please check local listings such as a telephone directory or internet search.
Additional resources include:
BREA – Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers