The McDuffie County Commission says anyone interested in buying or leasing the former tax assessor's office should make their offer by Friday.
The Sept. 30 deadline will allow commissioners to review proposals before taking action Oct. 5.
Since the county's tax assessors moved to the Thomson-McDuffie Government Center in August, the office building at 406 Main St. has been vacant.
The building is 3,250 square feet and is primarily made up of individual offices. The building originally served as Georgia Power's local office.
At a meeting last Tuesday, Commission President Charlie Newton said the county has received a proposal for the building. That offer prompted the call for other interested parties to submit offers soon.
After weighing the options, the board will come to a decision, County Manager Don Norton said.