Maricopa county is one of the largest and heavily attended online tax sales with over 40,000 liens advertised for sale in their 2010 tax sale. but the number of liens available at the tax sale has been dwindling down each year since, and this year there were only Continue reading
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The last of the Arizona online tax sales to close this season – Mohave County, will be over in a couple of days. If you missed your chance this year for the online tax sales in Arizona, don’t worry, there are other online tax sales going on now and more coming up this spring.
Douglas County – the only Nebraska county so far to have an online tax sale, is going on now, and will close in the first week of March. Baltimore City Maryland opens up their online tax sale in the middle of March and the sale doesn’t end until May. There’s plenty of time to register for that tax sale, as May 9 is the last day to register. It’s actually better to wait until after the end of April to register and do your due diligence for the Baltimore tax sale, since April 30 is the last day for property owners to pay their taxes and take their property out of the sale.
There are three New Jersey tax sales that are open now and bidding ends some time in March. And then there are all the Florida counties that have online tax sales in May – over 50 of them! Spring is a very busy season for online tax lien investing and it’s just around the corner. If you need help with your online investing check out the Buying Tax Liens Online course. It includes a guide to online tax lien sales that lists all of the counties that have online tax lien sales in each state – with links to the online tax sale websites and summaries of the tax sale procedures for each state that has online tax sales. Find out more about the Buying Tax Liens Online course and get a free webinar replay “What You Need To Know To Profit From Online Tax Lien Sales,” at www.BuyingTaxLiensOnline.com.
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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!
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.