NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions
All-inclusive real estate and property auction services for municipalities and individuals
Upcoming Auction: Albany, NH
November 19, 2022
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Upcoming Auction: Grafton, NH
December 3, 2022
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Meet the Team
Richard “Rick” Sager
Rick Sager is a co-owner of NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions and a licensed New Hampshire auctioneer (license #6104). Rick has coordinated numerous auctions of tax-acquired properties for New Hampshire towns and cities. As a young man, Rick assisted his father (an auctioneer in his retirement) conduct charity auctions throughout New England.
In addition to being an auctioneer, Rick is a practicing (semi-retired) New Hampshire attorney at Sager & Smith, PLLC with more than 30 years of experience in municipal law and real estate law.
Rick and his wife live in Wakefield, NH. When not auctioneering or practicing law, Rick is often found doing fix-it projects at his other business—Sunset Lodges on Lake Winnipesaukee in Tuftonboro, NH—where Rick started vacationing with his family in 1962 when he was just 5 years old.
Rick is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, CT and University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in Concord, NH.
Weston Sager is a co-owner of NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions and a licensed New Hampshire auctioneer (license #6224). Weston is a third-generation auctioneer and has been assisting Rick (his dad) with New Hampshire Tax Deed & Property Auctions since 2013.
Weston is also a practicing lawyer at Sager & Smith, PLLC. Prior to joining this law firm, Weston worked as a municipal defense lawyer in Concord, NH, and as an international mergers and acquisitions lawyer in New York, NY. Most recently, Weston served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Appeals Unit of the New Hampshire Department of Justice.
A born-and-raised New Hampshirite, Weston lives in Weare, NH in an old farmhouse with his wife and dog. In his spare time, Weston enjoys playing cribbage, writing, gardening, refinishing furniture, and kayaking.
Weston is a graduate of Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH and Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, IL.
Karen Rines has been with NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions since 2013. Karen serves multiple roles for the company, including answering questions from bidders and municipalities, drafting and sending abutter notices, and assisting with the administration of live auctions.
In addition to her contributions to NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions, Karen works as a real estate paralegal at Sager & Smith, PLLC.
Karen lives with her spouse, Marsha, in Ossipee, NH. They share their home with an African Grey Parrot named Idgie and two little dogs named Riley and Xander.
Karen attended the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH.
Heather has been with NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions since 2013. She assists with various aspects of the business, including answering questions from municipalities and bidders about upcoming auctions.
In addition to her role at NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions, Heather works at Sager & Smith, PLLC as a litigation and business paralegal.
Heather lives in Wolfeboro, NH with her husband and son. She enjoys snowmobiling, hiking, motorcycling, kayaking, and camping.
Heather holds an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science with a major in Office Information Systems.
What makes NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions different?
Unlike other auction companies, NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions includes skilled legal support in addition to its auction services. This results in substantial resource savings to the municipality because it alleviates the need to engage town or city counsel for most legal services in connection with the tax deed auction.
How much does it cost to hire NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions?
For the vast majority of auctions, there is zero cost to the municipality. NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions charges a buyer’s premium that pays for its expenses and services.