Can you get a 30% return with tax liens in as little as 9 months?
That’s exactly what one of my Inner Circle coaching clients did. He didn’t do it by bidding at the tax sale. If he did bid at the tax sale, he would have likely had the interest rate bid down quite low and then he may have had to wait the redemption period to get to paid – but that’s not what he did. He didn’t by an over-the-counter or left over lien from the county, since there is usually nothing but junk these days on the left over lists. So what did he do? How did he make 30% (actually it was 37%) on his money without going to the tax sale?
I’ll tell you how he did it, in an exclusive webinar that I’m hosting next week – “Tax Lien Investing Is Dead…And What You Can Do About It?” This webinar is for my coaching clients, students and members, but I’m opening up to everyone else for a very small price – only $9.95…
And that includes the replay. So register now at www.TaxLienLady.com/webinar-training, and get the replay later!
Which Are the Best States For Online Tax Lien Investing?
One of the things that I did at the last live tax lien investing workshop is talk about what’s going on with online tax lien investing. I went over which states have online tax sales and when the online tax lien sales take place. And I talked about what I consider to be the best states to invest in online and why.
Most people want to know which states have the highest interest rates and that’s where they want to invest. But things are not always what they seem, especially to the inexperienced investor. The states that have the highest statutory interest for tax liens also have the most competition.
And What You Can Do About It!
Rumor has it that tax lien investing is dead and that the small investor just can’t compete in today’s market! The truth is that tax lien investing is not as profitable as it once was the way some experts are teaching you how to do it. For example…. Continue reading
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If you believe the hype that you hear about tax lien investing, you would think that you just go to a tax sale, buy some liens and make loads of money in a few months. But if that were true than everybody would be doing it!
If you’ve actually started to invest in tax liens then you know that there is some work involved in order to be successful. You know that you have to do your due diligence on tax sales properties. And you know that those double digit interest rates that everyone talks about can be bid down at the tax sale. There are actually 6 things that you need to know about the state and/or county that you are investing in when you’re starting out in tax lien investing. Continue reading
New Jersey tax sales are different from the tax sales in any of the other states. In a previous post, I covered some information about the online tax sales in New Jersey. If you want to know more about how the online bidding works for New Jersey tax sales you can refer back to that article at http://taxlieninvestingtips.com/?p=3900. In that article I talked about the fact that interest is typically bid down to zero and premium is bid for New Jersey liens, and the fact that you need at least $10,000 to bid in the these online tax sales. In this article I want to give some of the online tax sale results so you get a feeling for what investors are paying for tax liens in New Jersey and why you might want to forego the New Jersey online tax auctions in favor of other online tax lien auctions – like Arizona which is coming up in February. Continue reading