Seven Things You Need to Know About Tax Defaulted Property Investing 

Investing in tax defaulted property can be profitable and easy. Before you begin, you need to understand how the process works, what to expect, the terms used in the business and what you have to do in order to be successful. Tax defaulted property auctions are held throughout the nation so unpaid property taxes, owed…

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Ted Thomas explains what is a tax deed sale

What is a Tax Deed Sale

Transcription To answer the question what is a tax deed sale or auction, I should first explain that a tax deed sale or auction have existed in the United States for over 200 years. They are held in many states. This is a method let’s call it a process that allows the local governments to…

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About the Quit Claim Deed, Trust Deed, Security Deed, Tax Deed, and Warranty Deed

What are a quit claim deed, a trust deed, a security deed, tax and a warranty deed? Some of the deeds for property are: Warranty Deed Security Deed Trust Deed or Deed of Trust Quit claim deed  Tax Deed WARRANTY DEED The warranty deed is when the seller says he has clear title to the…

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Doing Your Homework When Buying Tax Defaulted Property

You’ll hear me say “do your homework” and “know the rules” a lot when I discuss buying tax defaulted property (tax lien certificates and tax deeds). You have to do your homework and know the rules to be successful, meaning you avoid mistakes and maximize profits. Doing your homework includes knowing what the rules are,…

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New Bill in Indiana Legislature to Make it Easy to Sell Property in Tax Sale

A bill pending in the Indiana legislature will make it easier to sell tax defaulted properties. For tax defaulted property investors, Senate Bill 310 has three main points. 1) a petitioner is required to serve notice of a petition only on a person with a substantial property interest of public record, eliminating the need to…

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Real Estate Investing vs. Tax Sale (Tax Defaulted Property) Investing: Which Will Remain Standing if The Other Falls Short?

Real Estate Investing vs. Tax Sale (Tax Defaulted Property) Investing: Which Will Remain Standing if The Other Falls Short? The real estate market is getting off to a slow start in many parts of the country this year, but does that mean it won’t recover? No. Interestingly, a slow housing market tends to create for…

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What Exactly is A Tax Defaulted Property Auction?

To answer the question: “What is a tax defaulted property auction?” First it is helpful to know why tax defaulted property auctions are held.  Local governments (county, city, township, town, parish) receive the majority of their funding from property taxes.  If those taxes are unpaid for an extended time the local governments must take action…

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Buying Homes For Back Taxes

Buying homes for back taxes Local governments do sell homes for back taxes Local governments around the nation depend on property taxes to raise money. When these taxes are not paid, the governments can put a lien on the property. This means you get the chance to buy homes for back taxes. Before you decide…

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Investors Who Buy Homes

Investors Who Buy Homes When planning to sell your home, finding investors who buy homes can help speed up the process. The key to a selling your home is finding someone who can buy it. You can try to find someone in your area or you can look for investors who buy homes. The biggest…

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How To Buy A House By Paying Back Taxes

How to buy a house by paying back taxes How to buy a house by paying back taxes from an expert in the field A lot of people want know how to buy a house by paying back taxes. They often wonder if this is even legal. The short answer is, it is both legal…

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