Buy Tax Lien Certificates & Tax Deeds and Make Money

Buy Tax Lien Certificates & Tax Deeds and Make Money

The profit you could make is what attracted me to buying tax lien certificates and tax deeds. I was very skeptical in the beginning because it sounded too good to be true. Nevertheless, I decided to check it out. That was in 2002. I figured what would it hurt. After doing some research I decided hey this might be worth giving a try. My plan was I was only going to invest $1,000 and if I loose it, I loose it.

I paid $800 for my first property! It was a brick duplex, I couldn't believe I got it for that price! To be honest, it did need work. It wasn't like it was ready to be sold "as is" or move into. Nevertheless, I can remember thinking... I'll make my initial investment back and turn this into pure profit in no time. I was excited and eager to get more! By 2005, I left my $28 per hour IT job and haven't looked back.

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The key is having the best "how to" information available because knowledge is power. Don't loose money because of lack of knowledge!

3 Biggest Benefits

1. Prices of the properties are unbelievably inexpensive.
2. You can buy properties as low as the yearly taxes.
3. Anyone can buy these properties.

3 Ways You Make MONEY

1. Sell the Property (wealth building)
2. Rent the Property Out (residual income)
3. Getting the Interest Money (re-investing income)

If you are really interested in this type of real estate investing you can get started now! If you have any questions, call me at (812) 760-9806. I don't mind answering questions.

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My simple, easy to follow course blue-print will put you on the success track. It doesn't matter if you want 1 or 100 properties, it works. That's my promise!

My step-by-step, no non-sense, meat & potatoes, straight to the point course will guide you through the buying process. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or not!

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I investigated other ways to make money in real estate, but this is by far the simplest way to make money buying real estate.

I think most people miss-out on this type of real estate investing opportunity because it seems unbelievable or the person doesn't have the money. Even if you don't have money to buy property there are solutions! Just follow my simple proven process, make smart decisions and repeat the process. That's it!

I will conclude by saying, it's 2015 and nothing has changed in the way I buy property. What I have learned to do has truly changed my life. I invest effectively and efficiently. I'm sharing that process with you to save you TIME, MONEY and to change your LIFE too.

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Popular Questions

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds What is the biggest mistake I made buying tax lien certificates and tax deeds?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I didn't acquired all the necessary knowledge I needed to keep me from loosing money and time. I tell people all the time, even if you don't buy my course invest in knowledge from someone you believe has the knowledge that will save you time and money!

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds Should I buy a tax lien certificates and tax deeds property list?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds My course discuss how to get the list and where to get the list for Free. This will work in most cases.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds How much does the Tax Lien and Tax Deeds Essentials to Success course cost?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds When I see courses costing thousands of dollars I be thinking maybe I'm crazy for selling my course so cheap.  I guess SUCCESS will make you do some crazy things. lol... Just click Here to see!

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds How much money will I have to spend purchasing tax lien certificate and tax deeds?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds There is an old saying, "It takes money to make money." This is true, but if you don't have cash don't be discouraged. There are ways to get around that, I discuss that in my course! Nevertheless, to give you and idea of what you might pay. The property purchase amounts are based on the yearly tax amount debt. Yes that's low!

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds Is it a good time to buy tax lien certificates and tax deeds properties?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds Anytime you can get a property at a deal you can sell for a deal! The word "deal" being the keyword. I consider getting a property at a deal when I can pay considerable lower than the fair market value for a property.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds How much money can I make investing in tax lien certificates and tax deeds?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds This course is not intended to represent or guarantee that everyone will earn income of any amounts. Each individual’s desire, dedication, effort and willingness to work will determine their own success. Real estate investing should be treated with seriousness as with any business. I am not a lawyer, CPA, or a financial advisor. I’m a guy that’s showing you what worked for me with the belief it will work for you.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds How much time will it take me to learn the Tax Lien & Tax Deeds Essentials for Success course?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I didn't spend time telling you trivial stuff so I can fill up 10 CD's, write 5 manuals and add a bonus gift to prove that it works. Can we say, "Less is more!" I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about investing in 1-2 hour. Depending on how fast you read!

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds Why is tax lien certificates and tax deeds investing such a secret?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds It's a secret because the more people that know the more competition it creates!

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds So, why am I telling you about tax lien certificates and tax deeds investing?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I've discovered there are enough properties to go around. I went to one property sale and they had over 3,000 properties & land lots for sale. I was first like, yeah right 3,000 whatever. When I got there and got the was 3,000, they were selling properties for 7 counties at 1 time. The sale took all day.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds Should I buy Sean Higgins Tax Lien Certificates Course?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds First, I don't know if its Sean Higgins or Saen Higgins. I think it's Saen. Anyway, in my opinion I was shocked at the cost of his Wealth Without Risk Course, but consider he runs info commercials that cost money, I kinda understand the price. Click HERE  to read my review of the course.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I make it sound so simple. Can I be successful?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds It wasn't simple for me because I didn't have a mentor. I just read information online and from the library. I learned as I went, which was just enough to be dangerous. Boy did I loose money! I believe anyone can do it if they are thorough, have the best information, a plan and access to a knowledgeable person. That's the keys. The information alone is not enough. That's why I make myself available for questions. So feel free to ask.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I have some more questions?
Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds No problem, call me at (812) 760-9806.

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds I'm ready to get start buying property. Where do I start?
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Definition: County Tax Sale
Answer: Depending on the state the sale may be selling tax lien certificates and/or tax deeds.

Tax Lien State

The county in which the property is located sells the lien certificates at a sale or auction. Some states sell the lien for the delinquent amount while others allow bidding to begin at that price. The purchaser of the tax lien collects interest (predetermined by the state) from the home owner on the amount that was paid for the tax lien. If the tax lien (with interest) goes unpaid during the redemption period, the investor may foreclose on the home. Unlike most foreclosures, when a tax lien is foreclosed on, all other liens and mortgages are abolished and the property would be owned "free and clear". Typically the lender will pay off the tax lien to avoid losing their house and/or property.

Tax Deed State

The county government sells the deed to the property at a public sale or auction. The benefit for investors is the ability to purchase property at discounted rates, often for the amount owed in taxes. When an account becomes delinquent, the property is listed at the tax assessor's office, some are even online. Properties with homes are usually purchased by investors (often referred to as sharks) prior to foreclosure.

: Tax Lien
Is a lien imposed by law upon a property to secure the payment of taxes. A tax lien may be imposed for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of failure to pay income taxes or other taxes.

: Tax Lien Certificates (TLC's)
Answer: TLC's represents the outstanding taxes on the property. Many county governments sell the TLC's to investors so that the county may recoup the delinquent taxes. In exchange for the purchase, county governments offer the investors interest on those TLC's and the guarantee that those TLC's will be paid off within a predetermined period of time. Interest accrues on the TLC's over a specified course of time until the taxes are paid. TLC's are the first position lien (Senior Lien) on the property. In most states, if the property owner does not redeem the TLC's within a specified time period the holder of the certificates can ask the county government to begin procedures to auction the property to the public. Proceeds from the auction will pay off the TLC's Holder(s).

Tax Lien Sale
Answer: The sale, conducted by a governmental agency, of tax liens for delinquent taxes on real estate. The lien consist of unpaid real estate taxes, assessments, including penalties, advertising costs and fees. If the property owner fails to pay the delinquent taxes during a specified period of time, the county government can sell what is called a Tax Lien Certificates on the property.

: Tax Deeds Sale
Answer: Is the forced sale, conducted by a governmental agency, of real estate for nonpayment of taxes. It is one of two methodologies used by governmental agencies to collect delinquent taxes owed on real estate, the other being the tax lien sale.

: Quit Claim
Answer: Is a term used to describe a document by which a person (the "grantor") disclaims any interest the grantor may have in a piece of real property and passes that claim to another person (the grantee). By contrast, the deeds normally used for real estate sales (called grant deeds or warranty deeds, depending on the jurisdiction) contain guarantees from the grantor to the grantee that the title is clear. The exact nature of the warranties varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Quitclaim deeds are sometimes used for transfers between family members, gifts, placing personal property into a business entity, to eliminate clouds on title, or in other special or unusual circumstances.

The most common use for a quitclaim deed is a divorce in which one party is granting the other full rights to, and eliminating any interest in, a property in which both parties held an interest. If a husband and wife own a home and divorce, and the wife acquires the home in the decree, the husband would enact a quitclaim deed to eliminate interest in the property.

Quitclaim deeds are also typically provided in cases of tax deed sales where property is auctioned off to pay outstanding tax debt. The auctioning body is usually a local government, which claims no interest in the property whatsoever, but is selling it only to recover the back taxes.

Warranty Deed
Is a type of deed where the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to the grantee (buyer). The guarantee is not limited to the time the grantor owned the property—it extends back to the property's origins.

: Clear Title
Is the phrase used to state that the owner of real property owns it free and clear of encumbrances. In a more limited sense, it is used to state that, although the owner does not own clear title, it is nevertheless within the power of the owner to convey clear title. For example, a property may be encumbered by a mortgage. This encumbrance means that no one has clear title to the property. However, standard terms in a mortgage require the mortgage holder to release the mortgage if a certain amount of money is paid. Therefore, a buyer with enough money to satisfy both the mortgage and the current owner can get clear title.

: Title Search
Answer: Is a process that is performed primarily to determine the answer to three questions:

  • Does the seller have a saleable interest in the property?

  • What kind of restrictions or allowances pertain to the use of the land (real covenants, easements, or other servitude's)?

  • Do any liens exist on the property which need to be paid off at closing (mortgages, back taxes, mechanic's liens, or other assessments)?

Anyone may do a title search and documents concerning conveyances of land are a matter of public record. However, it is often the case that people choose to contact a title company or attorney to conduct an exhaustive title search. For example, a title report may also show any easements, or recorded legal rights to the property or portions of the property. A previous owner may have legally given a neighbor the right to share the driveway, or the city may have a right to strips of the property for putting power lines, communication lines, water pipes, or sewer pipes. A few on-line services offer title searches for relatively little cost, and their accuracy is not inferior to what a title company or attorney will offer; however on-line businesses rely mostly on electronically available information, and for that reason could at times be limited.

In the United States, the buyer of a property will usually purchase title insurance, which protects the buyer from any title problems that may arise after sale (such as liens that were missed during the title search). The title insurance company issues a report and issues an insurance policy in support of its findings. However, title searches are most often carried out before contracting is completed between parties and sometimes during the escrow phase of a closing.

A title search is also performed when an owner of a certain real property wishes to mortgage his property and the bank requires from owner to insure their transaction.

Generally, there are two main types of title searching, a full coverage search and limited coverage search; other types include non-insured reports and foreclosure guarantee search.

: Fair Market Value (FMV)
Is an estimate of the market value of a property, based on what a knowledgeable, willing, and unpressured buyer would probably pay to a knowledgeable, willing, and unpressured seller in the real estate market. An estimate of fair market value may be founded either on precedent or extrapolation. Fair market value differs from the intrinsic value that an individual may place on the same asset based on their own preferences and circumstances.

Definitions Source: Wikipedia

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