The Virgin Islands government has begun turning the wheels to sell 84 parcels of land on St. John to settle back taxes.
A total of 1,161 properties across all three islands are set to be auctioned soon, unless their owners pay the 10 years (!) of taxes which are due.
You can see a list of the real estate parcels which are moving toward auction by clicking here. However, it offers no description of the properties.
The largest delinquent taxpayers are Arsene Massac, oweing $513,468 and the Egbert Marsh Trust, which owes $259,412.
Overall, the owners of the delinquent properties owe a total of about $9.5 million.