How To Find Out About Tax Sales

how to find out about tax salesWant to know how to find out about tax sales and get some help with your tax liens investing. Watch this video to learn about a free resource that will give you tax sale websites and let you know what happens in each state. If you need more help, you’ll find more detailed information in my book “Tax Lien Investing Secrets: How You Can Get 8%-36% Return on Your Money Without the Typical Risk of Real Estate or The Uncertainty of the Stock Market.”

If you’re having difficulty finding tax lien or tax deed sales this free resource will help. And if you need more help finding the best place for you to invest then you’ve just got to read my book. Find out more about the book at

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Investing In Tax Liens: 6 Things To Know First

investing in tax liens quick tip videoInvesting in tax liens and redeemable tax deeds can be a great way to get high returns on your money and let it grow faster for you without the risk of the markets. But you do have to be aware of some things before you jump in to investing in tax liens. In this short video you’ll learn about 6 things you need to know before you invest. Paying attention to these 6 things can make the difference between growing your money at high returns or losing your investment.

Tax Lien Investing Quick Tips Video #31

Watch tax lien investing quick tip #31 to find out what these 6 things are, and you can find out more about how to invest in tax liens safely and profitably in my book, Tax Lien Investing Secrets: How You Can Get 8%-36% on Your Money Without the Typical Risk of Real Estate Investing or the Uncertainty of the Stock Market.” Find out how you can get a copy of the updated for 2016 book and all the book bonuses at

The book is for sale on Amazon for under $20, but after you purchase the book, you’ll be able to download bonuses worth over $100. These bonuses include more resources for investing in tax liens, and discounts on services that tax lien investors need. Find out more about what’s in each chapter of the book and about the book bonuses at

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How To Get Cash Flow From Real Estate Without Being a Landlord

free-webinarWant to know how to get cash flow from real estate without being a landlord? I do! I’ve been a landlord for a few years now, and I have to tell you, after having to evict my tenants and fix busted water pipes for the second time, I’m pretty tired of being a landlord. That’s why I was really impressed with Mitch Stephen, the author of “My Life & 1000 Houses.” I’ve started reading his books and really liked what I was learning.

Mitch buys “fixer uppers,” but he doesn’t even bother with the rehab! He has been crushing it in San Antonio for over 20 years with “Owner Financing”…instead of renting houses, he “sells” them on a note.  SO, he gets the cash flow but doesn’t have to fix toilets…get it?

Mitch is the real thing…an active investor, buying and selling houses (over 1400 and counting) and creating notes, plus he owns 14 storage facilities in Texas. He will be my guest with a full presentation of content so I really hope you will make a special effort to be with us. I don’t know when he will be offering this training again so make sure you get your spot…

CLICK HERE to register now

Mitch will be teaching what he calls “Be the Bank: The Art of Owner Financing”.

Here’s why it’s very different from the typical buy and hold or buy and flip you see on TV lately:

-No landlording and no pesky phone calls

-How to use little or no money out of your own pocket and “Be the Bank”

-Put the downpayment in your pocket

-How to get the buyer to do the rehabbing, increase the value of the house and secure the note.

-Selling Notes without giving a discount

-Navigating the laws and regulations

-How to get paid 5 TIMES on every deal!

-How to do it all with OPM (other people’s money)

Grab your spot now before we go over our limit on our phone lines…

Register for this webinar now and let me know what you think after you watch the presentation.

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Want To Know More About New Jersey Tax Sales?

New Jersey Tax SalesFall is a season ripe with New Jersey Tax Sales. Actually the nice thing about investing in New Jersey is that tax sales happen all throughout the year. Many of them are online, but the online tax sales are not the ones you want to attend. It’s best to go to the live auctions if you are able to attend the live tax sales.

The live New Jersey tax sales are competitive enough. Sometimes at the small tax sales that I attend, there are more bidders at the tax sale than there are properties to bid on! Online tax sales are even more competitive with institutional buyers bidding far too much to be profitable on the liens that redeem (which is what happens about 98% of the time). Many of these companies  count on being able to foreclose on some properties in order to  make a profit. The truth is that they’re not getting a decent return on the bulk of their portfolio. The profit that they do make is coming from the liens they sell and the properties they foreclose on and then sell. After all when you purchase thousands of liens you do get to foreclose on some of them.

I attended a very small tax sale today, one that I always go to each year for a couple of reasons. First, this sale is in a small town sale in an out of the way place that doesn’t draw all the big players. Secondly, it’s near where my parents live, so I get to visit my mom and dad. The original list for this particular tax sale had only 15 properties. By the day of the tax sale there were only 7 properties on the list. Fortunately there were only 2 bidders, me and a bidder from a tax lien investing company that shows up to every tax sale in New Jersey.

I was able to get 2 liens, one at 10% and one at 12%. Basically I got the liens on the worst properties that were in the sale. Don’t get me wrong, they’re both good liens – on bank owned properties, but on the worst looking properties in town. These are just the kind of liens that I like. But I know better than to think that maybe they won’t redeem and in 2 years I might be able to get the property. The liens I purchased were for sewer or water bills, they are utility liens (which is part of the reason that I was able to get them). The bank, no doubt, pays the taxes on these properties, and when push come to shove they will eventually redeem the liens.

Both liens together were only around $650, but it’s October, and in another month I can pay the subsequent sewer and water bills for this entire year. (It’s last year’s delinquencies that are sold at the sale). That means I can put another $650 into these liens at 8%. Where else can you get 8-12% on a small amount of money that’s guaranteed by a real asset?

What if you want to get a lot more money invested?

Well you could go to a lot of tax sales. After all there are 550 municipalities in New Jersey and they all have a tax sale once a year (and they’re staggered at different times throughout the year). Or you could go to just a few of the larger New Jersey tax sales in the big cites, like Newark, Camden, Trenton, etc. These cities have so many liens in their tax sales that their auctions go on for days.

I choose to go to the smaller New Jersey tax sales and buy the smaller liens, so that I have a chance to get them at decent interest rates (like I did today), and add to my liens little by little over the next 2 or more years. Of course sometimes they redeem in a few months and then I don’t get the chance to pay subsequent taxes or subsequent utilities. In today’s economy however, I’m noticing that liens are held longer than they were a few years ago. Most of my liens today are held for a year or close to it. And a good deal of them are held even longer.


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Discover The Secrets For Buying Profitable Tax Liens

Discover the secrets for buying profitable tax liens when you watch tax lien investing quick tip video #30 below:

Want to Buy Profitable Tax Liens This Fall?

The 5 steps to buying profitable tax liens are what we go over in depth in the Tax Lien Investing Secrets live training, which is going on right now. During this training I take students by the hand through all of these steps and then some. We are now in week 3 of the fall training and students are getting ready to buy tax liens in upcoming tax lien sales.

Disappearing Investment Opportunities

Today is also the LAST DAY THIS YEAR for one of the special investment opportunities that I only share with my students. This is the opportunity that only happens once a year to invest in a private tax lien fund. It’s a totally passive investment and allows you to have experts do all the work for you!

I also have another opportunity just for my students and members to buy secondary tax liens at great rates. In fact, right now I am sitting a few of these liens that students are able to purchase and earn 18% on their money on redemption, or have the chance to own some prime building lots in a sought after community. I’d love to help you to buy profitable tax liens or redeemable deeds so that you can stop worrying about your investments and start having your hard earned money work harder for you! It’s not too late to join the training, but hurry as some of the bonuses and investment opportunities will be disappearing soon.learn to buy profitable tax liens

Right now we still have the Tax Lien Manager software bonus (a $399 value) available when you enroll, but that will be going away in a couple of weeks!

You can find out more about this exclusive training going on now during the fall tax sales at


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