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What You Should Know About Tax Lien Properties
January 21, 2019

Are you interested in investing in a Tax Lien property? We’ve gathered up some important facts and insights that you should know before you continue the process.

Let’s get started!

FACT #1:

Tax Lien Certificates pay you guaranteed fixed rates of return of 16%, 24%, even as high as 50% interest per year.

Here are some Statutes for the Property Tax Codes regarding Interest Rates that State Law mandates:

  • Tax Lien Certificates Paying 20% Interest Per Year: “The owner, creditor, or any other person with interest in the property, must pay the tax deed purchaser, the amount paid for the property at tax sale, plus 20% premium for the first year or fraction of a year, plus any taxes paid on the property by the purchaser after the sale, plus any special assessment on the property.”
  • Certificates Paying 24% Interest Per Year: “Interest accrues on a tax sale certificate at the rate of 2% per month, or a maximum of 24% per year, counting each fraction of a month as an entire month, from the month of purchase.”
  • Those Paying 25% to 50% Interest Per Year: “The owner of real property sold at a tax sale may redeem them on or before the second anniversary of the date on which the purchasers deed is filed for record by paying the purchaser the amount the purchaser bid for the property… plus a redemption premium of 25% if the property is redeemed in the first year, or 50% if the property is redeemed in the second year.”

FACT #2:

For over 200 years, Tax Lien Deeds and Tax Lien Certificates have been available in the United States. Many agree that this strategy is one of the safest and highest yielding investment opportunities in the world today.

FACT #3:

Every year, $7 – $10 billion worth of Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Lien Deeds are available in the United States. Therefore, there are ALWAYS enough profitable Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Deeds available for you.

FACT #4:

You can safely acquire valuable Tax Lien Deeds and Tax Lien Certificates anywhere in the United States without ever leaving the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer and a telephone.

FACT #5:

Tax Deed Investing helps property owners who may be having financial challenges. So, when someone acquires a tax lien certificate, what they’ve done is pay someone else’s delinquent tax bill for them. This gives them the opportunity to stay in their home with no negative consequences for an additional 1 to 3 years while paying the investor back.

FACT #6:

Tax Deeds are a socially responsible investment vehicle. The county uses Tax Deed Investment revenue to fund police departments, schools, hospitals, fire departments, parks, libraries, and roads. Ultimately, this helps make our local communities a better place to live.

FACT #7:

Through the this investment strategy, you can potentially acquire valuable real estate for pennies on the dollar, and own free and clear with no mortgage. If None of the Interested Parties Pay the Delinquent Tax Bill, the Law Clearly States:

“Tax foreclosure will result in the loss of ownership of the property and all rights of all interested parties… The title to the property will be free and clear from all liens, claims and encumbrances.”

FACT #8:

State law regulates the entire Tax Lien Certificate and Tax Deed Investing investment process, assuring you an extremely high degree of safety. This, my friends, is not something not common in other investments options.

I think we can all agree that this is THE best investment opportunity in America, especially when compared to what Wall Street offers.  I think one of the best advantages of this investment is that nobody makes a commission from you. Wall Street makes a commission when they sell shares, stocks, bonds, etc. Realtors make a commission when they sell a property. But, with Tax Liens Properties, the county does not make a commission. That sounds like a win to me. If you want to take advantage of this type of investment, reach out to us so that we can get you started!

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