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406, 2020

North Dakota Tax Deeds

By |June 4th, 2020|Categories: State Information|

North Dakota Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  -  Interest Rate:  -  Bid Method:  -  Redemption Period:  -  Sale Date(s):  -  State Statute(s):  -  Over-the-Counter:  -  State Website:  - North Dakota State Overview 

2712, 2019

The Do’s of a Fix & Flip: 3 Important Tips

By |December 27th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

The Do's of a Fix & Flip: 3 Important Tips It's time! You've either acquired your first property through a tax lien or you're doing an old-fashioned fix and flip. And.. The property needs some work. The key to a successful fix and flip is knowing what rehab projects will add to the value of the property without breaking budget. A common mistake that many new real estate [...]

912, 2019

3 Ways To Supercharge Your Retirement with Real Estate

By |December 9th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

3 Ways to Supercharge Your Retirement With Real Estate Retirement is something many of us think about, and many of us fail to prepare for. Most of us need the capital we have accumulated over our lifetime to fund our golden years. So, how can real estate help you prepare for retirement?  Let’s take a look at 3 ways to invest in real estate for retirement:  Real Estate Investment Trusts Long Term Rentals Buy a [...]

2711, 2019

How to File a Tax Deed Application

By |November 27th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

How to File a Tax Deed Application Filing the tax deed application (TDA) on a property is the first step in initiating tax lien foreclosure. If you plan to acquire the property or just collect interest, filing the TDA will begin the final process. The county requires the lien is transferred into your name before you start the foreclosure process. The timeline for this can vary, but you can [...]

1811, 2019

Pros to Investing in Vacant Land

By |November 18th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Pros to Investing in Vacant Land Vacant land is one of the most overlooked and misunderstood real estate investments out there. Many people shy away from vacant land because they don't understand the benefits of the investment.  Pros to Investing in Vacant Land No Construction or Renovations No Tenants Motivated Sellers Easy to Invest Remotely Fewer Expenses 1. No Construction or Renovations When it comes to vacant land, [...]

1511, 2019

4 Tips For a Fool-Proof Due Diligence Checklist

By |November 15th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

4 Tips For a Fool-Proof Due Diligence Checklist The term due diligence should be a center point of your real estate vocabulary by now. Knowing what data to search for and how to use it can determine the course of your investment. In addition, doing due diligence keeps you from making mistakes. But even though you know you should do your research, where do you start? Don't worry. [...]

1311, 2019

What Depreciation Means For Real Estate Investing

By |November 13th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

What Depreciation Means For Real Estate Investing One of the unique advantages of real estate investing is the tax benefit it offers. This benefit is largely due to the concept of depreciation. Depreciation and Taxes Most people recognize that business expenses are deductible. Labor, cost of goods sold, and equipment purchases are all expenses that reduce typical business's taxable income. In the case of equipment purchases, they must [...]

611, 2019

Top 10 Tax Lien Terms You Need to Know

By |November 6th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Top 10 Tax Lien Terms You Need to Know There is a reason why vocabulary lessons were so important in grade school. They are the building block for understanding different concepts and ideas. Knowing the common tax lien terms will help provide you with a deeper understanding of how tax lien investing works. Ten Tax Lien Terms You Need to Know Redemption Redemption occurs when the debt is [...]

611, 2019

3 Tips for Getting Started with Rental Property Investing

By |November 6th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

3 Tips for Getting Started with Rental Property Investing Rental property investing can be a way to build long term wealth and increase passive income. Like any investment, the key to rental property investing is knowing what you're getting into. There are several factors that may influence your ability to invest in rentals, so here are a few tips to see if it's right for you. There are [...]

411, 2019

Online Tax Lien Auctions and Investing Remotely

By |November 4th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Online Tax Lien Auctions and Investing Remotely Online tax lien auctions are a fantastic way to participate in the creation of tax lien certificates. When investing in tax liens, it's important to know how to acquire your liens.  Many options exist to give investors access to these certificates.  Getting Started with Online Auctions Every state has specific rules governing the mechanism by which tax liens are created.  To participate, one [...]

2910, 2019

Why an Exit Strategy Makes (Or Breaks) Your Investment

By |October 29th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Why Choosing an Exit Strategy Makes (Or Breaks) Your Investment Developing an exit strategy may be the most important part of your game plan. Knowing your plant of attack will save you valuable time and money. An exit strategy is how you intend to realize a profit from your investment. This can happen in several different ways and it's important to understand each strategy so you can determine [...]

2810, 2019

A Crash Course on Wholesaling Basics

By |October 28th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

A Crash Course on Wholesaling Basics Wholesaling is one of the most underrated ways to get into real estate with little to no money or risk. New and experienced investors alike, this investment approach can produce significant revenue and contribute to your overall success as a real estate investor. Basics of Wholesaling When completing a wholesale deal, there will be three main players involved. The seller, the wholesaler, and [...]

2810, 2019

Idle vs Active Tax Lien Investing in Florida

By |October 28th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The Benefits to Idle or Active Tax Lien Investing Tax lien investing is possible in many states, but today we're discussing Florida. There's a reason why large investors are taking advantage of  investing in Florida- we're here to tell you why. There are two types of investing: active or idle. If you're looking to collect interest, we recommend the idle approach. On the other hand, active investing tends [...]

2410, 2019

5 Tips For The Aspiring Real Estate Investor

By |October 24th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Investing Tips & Tricks, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

5 Tips For the Aspiring Real Estate Investor If you're an aspiring real estate investor, you know that getting started is no easy task. Let's face it— it's pretty overwhelming. But with the right tools under your belt, you can make your real estate dreams come to life. The beauty of becoming a real estate investor is that there is no "one size fits all" strategy. However, there [...]

2310, 2019

What Are the Risks of Tax Lien Investing?

By |October 23rd, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Tax Lien Investing Risks: What Are They? Tax lien investing is regarded as one of the safest real estate strategies out there. But as with any investment, there are risks. Tax lien foreclosure, low property values, or additional investment requirements can pose a risk to some investors. We'll briefly describe why each of these could pose a risk to any tax lien investor. Tax Lien Foreclosure For those [...]

2110, 2019

2 Types of Tax Lien Foreclosure

By |October 21st, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

What is Tax Lien Foreclosure? If a property owner does not pay their taxes, the county will place a tax lien certificate on the property. Tax lien certificates are often purchased by investors because they are backed by real estate. In many states, the county allows for the certificate holder to take ownership of the property through tax lien foreclosure. Most states operate under two forms of foreclosure: [...]

2110, 2019

An Intro to Tax Lien Investing

By |October 21st, 2019|Categories: Blog, Tax Lien Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

An Intro to Tax Lien Investing Tax lien investing is a tried-and-true investing strategy that has been around for centuries. Tax liens were created by state governments to help collect unpaid property taxes. An overlooked facet of real estate investing, tax liens are a high return investment and are a great addition to any investor’s portfolio. How Do Tax Liens Work? Every property owner is required to pay [...]

2804, 2016

District of Columbia (D.C)

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: State Information|

District of Columbia Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  18%  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  6 Months  Sale Date(s):  July  State Statute  Title42 Chapter42  Over-the-Counter:  Yes (Secondary Auction)  State Website:   http:dc.gov District of Columbia The District of Columbia has a tax lien auction each year around the month of July. Any liens left from the auction will be placed in an ongoing discount [...]

1109, 2015

Massachusetts Redemption Deeds

By |September 11th, 2015|Categories: State Information|

Massachusetts Redemption Deeds Sale Type: Redeemable Tax Deed Interest Penalty: 16% Bid Method: Varies Redemption Period: 6 Months Statute Section(s):  General Laws Section 62 Over-the-Counter: No State Website:  http://www.mass.gov/portal/ Tax sales in Massachusetts done via "taking" sales. The local tax collector oversees the tax sales. Tax deeds sold in Massachusetts are purchased with a six month right of redemption. A penalty rate of 16% is applied to the [...]

1109, 2015

New Hampshire Deeds

By |September 11th, 2015|Categories: State Information|

Sale Type: Tax Deed Bid Method: Bidding Premium Sale Date(s): Varies State Statute(s): Title V, CH 80 Over-the-Counter: www.nh.gov Sales are held at public oral auction. The auction times are determined by the local tax collector. It will be advertised in the local paper.

1109, 2015

North Dakota Deeds

By |September 11th, 2015|Categories: State Information|

 Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  November  State Statute(s):  T57C28  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  nd.gov In North Dakota, the tax collector or treasurer will sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Deed Contact: County Treasurer. Interest Rate and/or Penalty Rate: Not applicable. Bid Procedure: Premium bid / highest bid. Redemption [...]

1109, 2015

Vermont Tax Liens

By |September 11th, 2015|Categories: State Information|

Vermont Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  12% APR  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Varies  State Statute(s): Title 32, CH 133  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website: vermont.gov Vermont State Overview In Vermont, tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. The winning bidder is the one willing to pay the most for the [...]

1610, 2014

South Dakota Tax Liens

By |October 16th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

 Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  December  State Statute(s):  Title 10  Over-the-Counter:  N/A  State Website:  sd.gov South Dakota State Overview In South Dakota, tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. The winning bidder is the one willing to pay the most for the tax lien. Depending on where the property is [...]

1610, 2014

West Virginia Tax Liens

By |October 16th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

West Virginia Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates/Tax Deed/OTC Deed  Interest Rate:  12% APR  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  18 Months  Sale Date(s):  July-September  State Statute(s):  Sections 40-10-1 through 40-10-198, Articles 1-7  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  wv.gov West Virginia State Overview: In West Virginia the Sheriff is responsible for the collection of back taxes. The Sheriff prepares a list of delinquent properties in the first two [...]

2409, 2014

Texas Redemption Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Texas Redemption Deeds  Sale Type:  Redeemable Tax Deed  Interest Penalty:  25% Penalty per 6 Month Period  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  6 Months or 2 Years  Sale Date(s):  First Tuesday of Every Month  Statute Section(s):  Ch 34, Tax Sales and Redemption - Sec 34.01  Over-the-Counter:  Yes - Struck Off, Trustee, or Land Trust Properties  Texas State Website:  http://www.texas.gov/en/Pages/default.aspx Texas State Overview Texas is a popular state because [...]

2409, 2014

Hawaii Redemption Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Hawaii Redemption Deeds  Sale Type:  Redemption Tax Deeds  Interest Rate:  12%  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  Infrequent  Statute Section(s):  Title 14, CH 246  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  www.ehawaii.gov Hawaii State Overview Tax sales in Hawaii are very similar to those conducted in a tax lien state. The county tax collector or treasurer oversees the tax sales. Tax deeds sold in Hawaii are purchased [...]

2409, 2014

Louisiana Redemption Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Louisiana Redemption Deeds  Sale Type:  Redemption Tax Deeds  Interest Rate:  12 % + 5% Penalty  Bid Method:  Bid Down Interest  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  January - April  State Statute(s):   Article VII, Sec. 25  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.louisiana.gov/ Louisiana State Overview Louisiana is classified as a Redemption Deed State. The municipal or parish tax collector oversees the sale which is an oral public auction. Tax [...]

2409, 2014

Georgia Redemption Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Georgia Redemption Deeds  Sale Type:  Hybrid Tax Deeds  Interest Rate:  20% Penalty for 1st year and 1% per month thereafter  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  Varies by County  Statute Section(s):  Title 48 Chapter 3,4  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.georgia.gov/ Georgia State Overview In Georgia, tax sales are very similar to those in a tax lien state. The county tax commissioner oversees the sale [...]

2409, 2014

Alabama Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Alabama Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  12% APR  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  May  State Statute(s):  Sections 40-10-1 through 40-10-198, Articles 1-7  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.alabama.gov/ Alabama State Overview Alabama is a tax lien certificate state, but also offers tax deed properties in select counties. Tax sales are usually conducted in or in front of the county courthouse [...]

2409, 2014

Arizona Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Arizona Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  16 % APR  Bid Method:  Bid down interest rate  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  February  Statute Section(s):  Title 42, CH 18  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.az.gov/ Arizona State Overview Arizona utilizes tax lien certificates to collect delinquent property taxes. Investors are drawn to Arizona due to the 16 percent interest rate. Investing is made simple in Arizona [...]

2409, 2014

Colorado Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Colorado Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  9%  Bid Method:  Highest Bid  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  October - December  Statute Section(s):   Title 39, Article 11  Over-the-Counter:  Yes State Website   www.colorado.gov Colorado State Overview Colorado is classified as a tax lien certificate state. County tax sales are typically held each year between October and December. The county posts a list of all [...]

2409, 2014

Illinois Tax Liens & Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Illinois Tax Liens & Deeds State Website: http://www.illinois.gov/Pages/default.aspx  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  18%  Bid Method:  Bid Down Interest  Redemption Period:  2-3 years  Sale Date(s):  Varies by County  State Statute(s):   CH 35, Title 7  Over-the-Counter:  http://www.iltaxsale.com Illinois State Overview Illinois utilizes a tax lien certificate system to collect delinquent property taxes. The state rate of return is set at 18% interest; however, bidders compete through a [...]

2409, 2014

Indiana Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Indiana Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  10% Penalty 1st 6 months, 15% Penalty 2nd 6 months  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  Varies by county (August - October)  Statute Section(s):  Title 6, Article 1.1, CH 24  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.in.gov/core/ Indiana State Overview Indiana is classified as a tax lien state. Prior to July 1st of each year the [...]

2409, 2014

Iowa Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Iowa Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  24% per annual  Bid Method:  Rotational  Redemption Period:  1.75 years  Sale Date(s):  3rd Monday in June  State Statute(s):  Title X , CH 446 - 448  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website  iowa.gov Iowa State Overview Iowa is classified as a tax lien state. On the third Monday in June of each year, the county treasurer will conduct a public sale [...]

2409, 2014

Maryland Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Maryland Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificate  Interest Rate:  24% Baltimore City, 20% Garrett County, 20% Montgomery County, 24% Prince George's County  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  6 Months  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):   Title 14  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.maryland.gov/Pages/default.aspx Maryland State Overview Maryland utilizes a tax lien certificate system to collect delinquent property taxes. Tax sale dates are determined and vary by [...]

2409, 2014

Kentucky Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Kentucky Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  12%  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  April-May  State Statute(s):   Title IX, CH 91, Title XI, CH 134  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.kentucky.gov/ Kentucky State Overview Kentucky is classified as a tax lien state. Tax sales re usually conducted in April of each year. The local county tax collector or local Sheriff will [...]

2409, 2014

Nebraska Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Nebraska Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien  Interest Rate:  14% per year  Bid Method:  Rotational  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  First Monday in March  State Statute(s):  Chapter 77  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.nebraska.gov/ Nebraska State Overview Nebraska counties hold their tax lien auctions annually on the first Monday of March. These tax sales are usually directed by the treasurer at the county courthouse or similar facility. Nebraska [...]

2409, 2014

Montana Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Montana Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien  Interest Rate:  10%  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  3 Years  Sale Date(s):  July  State Statute(s):  15-17-911  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://mt.gov// Montana State Overview In Montana, county treasurer's and tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidder at the delinquent property tax lien sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate (Sec. 15-17-212). Contact: County Treasurer. (Sec. 15-17-211). Interest [...]

2409, 2014

New Jersey Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

New Jersey Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Liens  Interest Rate:  18% per annum  Bid Method:  Bid down the interest or premium  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Varies by county  State Statute(s):  Title 54, Subtitle 2 CH 5  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  nj.gov New Jersey State Overview New Jersey law requires all 566 municipalities to hold at least one tax sale per year if the municipality has delinquent [...]

2409, 2014

Rhode Island Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Rhode Island Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates/Tax Deeds Interest Rate:  10%+1% Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  1 Year Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s): Title 44, CH 9 Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  www.ri.gov Rhode Island State Overview In Rhode Island, tax collector's sell tax deeds (hybrid tax deed) with a 1 year right of redemption. The original owner may redeem by paying the purchase price [...]

2409, 2014

South Carolina Tax Liens/Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

South Carolina Tax Liens and Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  3%-12%  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  12 - 18 Months  Sale Date(s):  Fall  Statute Section(s): Code of Laws Of SC - Title 12, CH 51  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website: www.sc.gov There are 46 County Delinquent Tax Collectors (often referred to as simply the Tax Collector) or, if there is no such office, refer to [...]

2409, 2014

Wyoming Tax Liens

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Wyoming Tax Liens  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates  Interest Rate:  15% + 3% Penalty  Bidding Method:  Random Selection  Redemption Period:  4 Years  Typical Sale Period:  Summer  State Statute(s):  Title 39, Ch 13  State Website:  wyoming.gov  Wyoming Resource:  http://www.wyo-wcca.org Wyoming State Overview: The county sheriff prepares a list of tax delinquent properties for that year, and will then conduct the county auction. The purchaser will receive an interest rate [...]

2409, 2014

Alaska Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Alaska Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Varies by Municipality  Redemption Period:  1 year minimum  Sale Date(s):  Varies by Municipality  Statute Section(s): Title 29, CH 45, Article 2  Over-the-Counter:  County - NO State -YES  State Website:  http://www.state.ak.us/ Alaska State Overview Alaska is classified as a tax deed state and handles tax sales through boroughs rather than counties. Every year the tax collector will [...]

2409, 2014

Arkansas Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Arkansas Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  Title 26, Sub Title 4, CH 37  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  arkansas.gov Arkansas State Overview Arkansas is classified as a tax deed state. Tax sales are determined by the county and are held throughout the year. Investors will need to register before the auction, but [...]

2409, 2014

California Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

California Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed Certificates  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Spring (Varies by County)  State Statute(s):  Div 1, Part 6,7,7.5  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.ca.gov/ California State Overview California uses a tax deed auction method to collect delinquent real property taxes. Tax sales in California are typically held in the early spring months, but this may vary depending [...]

2409, 2014

Delaware Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Delaware Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Hybrid - Tax Deed w/ Redemption Period  Interest Rate:  15% Penalty  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  60 Days  Sale Date(s):  Year Round (Varies by county)  State Statute(s):  Title 9, CH 87  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://delaware.gov/ Delaware State Overview There are 3 counties in Delaware, which hold tax deed sales. Tax sales are conducted by the county sheriff. The minimum bid is [...]

2409, 2014

Connecticut Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Connecticut Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Hybrid  Interest Rate:  18% APR  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Years  Sale Date(s):  Varies  State Statute(s):  General Statutes of CT - Title 12, CH 204, 205  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  www.ct.gov Connecticut State Overview In Connecticut the local tax collector oversees the sale which is conducted through oral public auction. Tax sales are held throughout the year which [...]

2409, 2014

Florida Tax Liens & Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Florida Tax Liens & Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Lien Certificates & Tax Deeds  Interest Rate:  18% (minimum of 5%)  Bid Method:  Bid Down Interest  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Annual Lien Sale in May; Year-Round Deed Sales  State Statute(s):  Title 14 Chapter 197  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.myflorida.com/ Florida State Overview Florida is a hybrid state meaning that each county holds tax lien and tax deed auctions. [...]

2409, 2014

Idaho Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Idaho Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Summer  State Statute(s):   Title 31, CH. 8, Title 63, CH. 10  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.idaho.gov/ Idaho State Overview Idaho utilizes a tax deed system to collect delinquent property taxes. If the property taxes have not been paid by the property owner for a period of three years [...]

2409, 2014

Kansas Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Kansas Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Annually (Varies by county)  State Statute(s):  CH 79, Article 23,24,28  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.kansas.gov/ Kansas State Overview Kansas is classified as a tax deed state. Tax sales are usually between the months of August and October. The counties publicize the tax sales in local newspapers approximately 10 days [...]

2409, 2014

Michigan Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Michigan Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  June  State Statute(s):  Chapter 211  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.michigan.gov/ Michigan State Overview In Michigan, the tax collector or treasurer will sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Deed (Sec. 211.78m). Contact: County Treasurer. (Sec. 211.78m). Interest Rate and/or [...]

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Maine Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Maine Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  Title 36, Part 2, CH 105  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.maine.gov/portal/index.html Maine State Overview In Maine, the tax collector will sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Deed. (Sec. 1071). Contact: Municipal Tax Collector. (Sec. [...]

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Minnesota Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Minnesota Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Fall (May vary by county)  State Statute(s):  Chapters 279-282  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  mn.gov Minnesota State Overview In Minnesota, county tax collectors or treasurers sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Deed. (Sec. 282.301). Contact: Tax Collector. (Sec. 282.01). [...]

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Mississippi Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Mississippi Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Lien and Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  18% APR  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:      2 Years  Sale Date(s):  April and August  State Statute(s):  Title 27  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.mississippi.gov/ Mississippi State Overview In Mississippi, county treasurer's and tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidder at the delinquent property tax sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate. [...]

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Missouri Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Missouri Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Lien and Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  10% APR  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  Chapters 140 & 141  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.mo.gov/ Missouri State Overview In Missouri, county treasurer's and tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidder at the delinquent property tax lien sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate [...]

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Nevada Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Nevada Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Hybrid Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  12% APR  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  Chapter 361  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://nv.gov/ Nevada State Overview In Nevada, county treasurers sell tax deeds to the winning bidders at the delinquent tax deed sales. Tax Sale Type: Tax Deed (Sec. 361.595 (4)). Contact: County Treasurer. (Sec. 361.595). Interest Rate [...]

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New Mexico Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

New Mexico Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Competitive High Bid  Redemption Period:   N/A  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  CH 7, Article 38  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.newmexico.gov/ Tax Sales are handled by the state in New Mexico. After three years of delinquency, the county treasurer passes the property account over to the state for delinquent real property tax collection. With [...]

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New York Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

New York Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed (Except NYC)  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  2 Years  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  CH 50, Article 11  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.ny.gov/ New York State Overview GIS and mapping data - This state site is a very good resource to find state, county, and other municipal GIS systems. The five counties of New York [...]

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North Carolina Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

North Carolina Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  CH 105, Sub CH II, Article 26  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://www.ncgov.com/ North Carolina State Overview 100 County Tax Departments/Tax Department Offices/Tax Offices/Tax Collections Offices and Tax Collectors and 267 municipal (City or Town) Tax Collectors. In North Carolina, the tax collector or treasurer [...]

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Ohio Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Ohio Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Lien and Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  18%  Bid Method:  Premium Bid, Bulk Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  Deeds all year around. Liens annually.  State Statute(s):  Title 57 CH 5721, 5723  Over-the-Counter:  No  State Website:  http://www.ohio.gov/ Ohio State Overview Ohio is a hybrid state because some counties hold tax lien sales, and many others hold tax deed foreclosure auctions. Counties with [...]

2409, 2014

Oklahoma Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Oklahoma Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  June  State Statute(s):  Title 68 Article 31  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  https://www.ok.gov/ Oklahoma State Overview Oklahoma county treasurer's and tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidder at the delinquent property tax sale. In addition, Oklahoma sells tax deeds. Tax Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate (68-3111) and [...]

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Oregon Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

 Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Highest Bidder/Lottery  Redemption Period:  None/1 year/2 years  Sale Date(s):  Year Round  State Statute(s):  Volume 3  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  http://oregon.gov Oregon State Overview Oregon has a strong GIS presence. Click here to go to a state-wide interactive map. If the state interactive map doesn't have a parcels layer for the county, it will provide a link to the county's GIS. Click [...]

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Pennsylvania Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Pennsylvania Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Public Auction  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Varies by county  State Statute(s):  Title 72, Taxation and Fiscal Affairs  Over-the-Counter:  Yes  State Website:  www.pa.gov/ Pennsylvania State Overview Delinquent tax foreclosure properties are typically handled by the Tax Claim Bureau department within each Pennsylvania county. The county will hold two tax sales to try and sell tax delinquent [...]

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Tennessee Redemption Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Tennessee Redemption Deeds  Sale Type:  Redeemable Tax Deed  Interest Rate:  10%  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  1 Year  Sale Date(s):  Varies  State Statute(s):  Title 67  Over-the-Counter:  Yes - County Surplus Property  State Website:  tennessee.gov Tennessee State Overview: Tennessee is a state that is a little different than most deed states because it is a redeemable deed state. One thing that an investor can do once he has [...]

2409, 2014

Utah Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Utah Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Highest Bidder/Bid Down % of Ownership  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  May  State Statute(s):  Title 59 Chapter 2  Over-the-Counter:  OTC Deeds  State Website:  utah.gov Utah State Overview: All of the counties in Utah have their tax deed sales on the same day at the same time. Therefore it is a good idea to decide which county [...]

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Virginia Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Virginia Tax Deeds  Sale Type:  Tax Deed/Commissioner's Deed  Interest Rate:  N/A  Bid Method:  Premium Bid  Redemption Period:  N/A  Sale Date(s):  Varies  State Statute(s):  Title 58.1, Subtitle III, Chapter 39, Article 4  Over-the-Counter:  N/A  State Website:  virginia.gov Virginia State Overview: On December 31st of each year, the county treasurer will begin the foreclosure proceedings on any property in which taxes are not paid by the end of two years [...]

2409, 2014

Washington Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Washington Tax Deeds Sale Type Tax Deeds Interest Rate N/A Bid Method Highest Bidder Sale Date(s) Winter State Statute(s) Title 84 Over-the-Counter Yes State Website http://access.wa.gov Washington State Overview: After the counties have held onto tax lien certificates that have been delinquent for three years, they will hold a sale offering the tax deed at auction. The county will publish the list of tax deed properties in the [...]

2409, 2014

Wisconsin Tax Deeds

By |September 24th, 2014|Categories: State Information|

Wisconsin Tax Deeds Sale Type: Tax Deed Interest Rate: N/A Bid Method: Highest Bidder Redemption Period: N/A Sale Date(s): Year Round Statute Section(s): wisconsin.gov/statutes Over-the-Counter: Yes State Website wisconsin.gov Wisconsin State Overview: Every year, in the first part of September, the county treasurer will issue tax lien certificates to the county on all over delinquent taxes. The county then keeps these tax liens for two years. After August [...]

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