We’ll let you know all about them at our next Tax Lien Investing Workshop & Conference and we’ll be teach you how you can start investing in these states. Watch this short video to find out more about the Chicago conference and then go to www.TaxLienLady.com/conference and register for our next Tax Lien Investing Workshop & Conference on July 26 in Chicago Illinois to get training on how to profit from investing in tax liens and redeemable tax deeds in these 3 states! Watch the short video below to find out more Continue reading
I attended 2 New Jersey tax sales recently, after having not been to a tax sale in a few months. I was not able to buy anything at either of these tax sales. From talking to other investors that I know, who have been at this game longer than I have, I’ve come to find out that things have changed this past year in New Jersey. It’s getting more difficult in the past couple of years to get profitable tax liens in this state. Continue reading
You’ve purchased a couple of tax liens and/or tax deeds and now you want to branch out to other areas by investing online. Or maybe you haven’t even started investing yet, but you want to invest in a tax lien state and you live in a tax deed state, or visa versa. Or perhaps you don’t live in the U.S. but you want to invest in U.S. tax liens or tax deeds. You’ve heard that you can buy tax liens or tax deeds online and you think that sounds like the way to go.
Here’s what you need to know about buying tax liens and tax deeds online before you get started: Continue reading
I went to the Monroe County PA ‘Judicial’ Tax Sale this past week. Many counties in Pennsylvania have 2 tax sales. The ‘Upset’ tax sale – which is usually held in the fall and the ‘Judicial’ tax that is held some time afterward, usually in the spring. If you purchase a property in the Upset tax sale, you are responsible for any liens or judgments on the property, but if you purchase a property in the Judicial tax sale, those properties are sold ‘free and clear’ of liens and judgments. There are some liens however that will remain on a property purchased in this tax sale. Any municipal, state, or other government lien will remain. Everything else, as long as proper notification has been made will be wiped out by the tax sale. Continue reading