Tax Lien Investing Survey Results

tax lien investing survey results Here’s what you told us you want in our tax lien investing survey.

The first question on the survey was about what you help with most and we told you to pick the 2 of the 4 that were most important to you, and here are the results: Continue reading

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Tax Deed Investing: How Important Is It To Check For Notification?

tax deed investingJust how important is it to check for proper notification before you buy a tax deed?

It’s very important, and could mean the difference between owning the property or losing it to either the original owner, a lien holder, or one of the original owner’s heirs and you can read about in this article from thetimes-tribune.com.

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In this case the investor made 2 mistakes. It appears that he did check for notification and knew that the owner was not properly notified, but he purchased the property at the tax sale anyway. His second error was that he did not record the deed to the property. Some PA counties will record the deed for you (and charge you a nominal fee for that, as well as a realty transfer fee) when you purchase the property. But in other counties the investor is responsible for recording the deed.

It all goes to show that you really do need to know what you are doing when you purchase a tax deed. There is much more to doing your due diligence before buying a property at a tax sale then assessing the value of the property. It’s all covered in depth in lesson 3 of the Build Your Profitable Tax Lien Portfolio home study course – which covers investing in tax deeds as well as tax liens. Find out more about it and enroll today at http://ProfitableTaxLienPortfolio.com.

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What’s Better Than Investing In Secondary Tax Liens?

making money from homeI like purchasing secondary tax liens from investors that I know and trust. By purchasing secondary tax liens you can avoid bidding at the tax sale. You still have to do your due diligence, but if you’re purchasing from an investor or entity you can trust sometimes they will actually do all the due diligence before they assign the lien to you. There are things to watch out for when purchasing secondary liens but it makes your work a whole lot easier since the original investor did most of the work and the bidding at the tax sale. You can purchase a lien that’s ready to foreclose. If the lien redeems sometime during the foreclosure process, you get redeemed right away and your money isn’t tied up for the entire redemption period. One of my coaching clients made 30% on his investment in only 9 months with this strategy! Continue reading

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What’s More Profitable Than Tax Deed Sales?

hud home profitsAre you tired of being bid up or out bid by the competition at tax deed sales?

How would you like to have a more profitable way to invest your money than buying properties at tax deed sales and having to clear the title and rehab the property before you can make a profit?

What if you could:

  • Bid on properties without a lot of competition
  • Win bids at less than 70% of the property’s market value
  • Have good title to the property when you buy
  • Do little or no rehab
  • Sell quickly to a cash buyer and make a fast profit

If this sounds good to you, you’ll want to watch this special webinar training with the Tax Lien Lady and Mark Jackson of Investor Comps Online, to learn just how this strategy works…

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The Best of The Fall Tax Sales

fall tax sales There are a lot of fall tax sales in different states, so which are the better tax sales for investors? I always recommend investing in your own back yard where you know the property values and easily do your due diligence, but if that’s not possible you may want to take a look at what coming up in these states…. Continue reading

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