Winning With Tax Liens

What is a Tax Lien?

A Tax Lien is a first position lien on real estate due to delinquent
property taxes. Consider that the state, county and municipality have a lien on every piece of assessable property within their jurisdiction. That lien continues until all taxes are paid. Tax liens are a perpetual first priority lien against any parcel of real property. They are superior to all other liens and these liens may be enforced and foreclosed by sale for taxes owed. Tax Liens are governed by each state’s property tax law and enforced by the counties within that state. Property tax law states that a “tax foreclosure will result in the loss of ownership of the property and of all rights of all interested parties.” As a result, there are various ways to invest in tax liens at different stages of delinquency.

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Tax Liens vs. Tax Deeds 

A TAX LIEN CERTIFICATE: Some states will sell liens where investors act as lendors. The investor loans the county money to pay the delinquent taxes owed; the loan earns an interest rate prescribed by state law and is secured by the real property. When the investor purchases the lien as a loan they receive a tax lien certificate.

Property tax law states that a “tax foreclosure will result in the loss of ownership of the property and of all rights of all interested parties.”

A TAX DEED: Some states hold the tax lien themselves, and foreclose on the lien at a time , they offer investors the opportunity to buy the tax deed and own the property outright for taxes owed as prescribed by their state law. There are a few states that offer variations on these two methods… in all cases investing in
making your investment legal and secure.

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