LEARN HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES

Learn how to invest in property with unpaid taxes and make big profits from it! With the right strategies, tax defaulted properties are lucrative investments.

This business is full of opportunity.

Tax liens are turned into tax lien certificates by the local county government.

In approximately half of the states,  tax lien certificates are sold to the public, and the county uses the money to pay many obligations, for example, paying school teachers, firefighters, and the police are just a few of the local county’s bills.

Today I’m answering your question about how to invest in property with unpaid taxes.

Want to learn how to invest in property with unpaid taxes and make big profits? Would you like to buy nice homes for pennies on the dollar? Or earn double-digit interest rates? Then you won’t want to miss this FREE mini class.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – PROPERTY TAXES

Many investors, especially those with entrepreneurial ideas, are incentivized to pay other people’s property taxes.

The local county, as authorized by the state, is very firm about the collection of local property taxes.

The county seizes, actually confiscates, the property from the property owner, and the county treasurer will auction the property for a low price. That price is usually close to the back taxes plus attorney’s fees and local penalties.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – TAX DEFAULTED PROPERTY

Imagine getting a property with an assessed value of $100,000 or more for only 10 or 20 cents on the dollar. This happens at many local auctions.

I don’t know what the final price will be, but I do know after 30 years of experience that the purchasers of tax defaulted properties are able to earn $25,000, $50,000, or even $100,000 in profit on one problem property.

Across the United States, the countryside is divided into more than 3,000 counties and 1400 municipalities. These are all distinctly different tax districts that are separate taxing entities.

This translates to more than 5,000 tax lien and tax deed auctions nationwide.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE

I don’t know where you are searching, but I do know that you want more security and comfort. This business could provide the solutions.

Half of all Americans feel they are starting too late in life to find a comfortable future. Despite what you already think, it’s not too late for you. I’ll give you examples from my library of successful student investors.

Every county in the United States is authorized to seize property for unpaid taxes. Most newcomers can start this business locally, and they will see this is a business of abundance.

Once you learn how to find tax delinquent properties in your area, you’ll find there is a goldmine in your backyard.

Maybe life has thrown you a few curve balls. Maybe it was divorce, an unfortunate sickness, or the humiliation of bankruptcy. Many times, it’s because of poor choices, like not getting a financial education.

Your problems, most of them, could be solved with money. I know people will say money may not make you happy. To them, I say lack of money will make you miserable.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – BUYING TAX LIENS AS A SIDE HUSTLE

In this business, you can keep your present job even if you’re buried in debt. My point is there is hope for you if you’ll practice a program like this.

You can get healthy and wealthy in real estate with tax defaulted property, and you can do this part time.

Call it a side hustle while you keep your job and continue earning a paycheck. I have hundreds of examples, so let’s start out with a little guy example of my friend David who was a late starter.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – TAX LIEN CERTIFICATES

I want you to imagine a small investment in a tax lien certificate.

Tax lien certificates are issued by local county governments. Simply stated, the county is trying to get money to pay for local police, fire departments, and manage the county employees and records.

Tax lien certificates are safe and secure.

If this is interesting to you, I have a free mini course on how to buy property with delinquent taxes. It’s a free gift from me to you that will teach you the secrets of tax lien certificates and how to profit in tax deeds.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – MARICOPA COUNTY TAX LIENS

I told my friend to invest in his home town which happened to be Phoenix, Arizona. The county was Maricopa, and they sell tax lien certificates at public auctions.

Investors could expect a low of 11,000 and a high of 35,000 certificates to be available every year.

My friend David was investing his money in everything but safe, secure tax liens.

I showed him how to use his smart phone to estimate his returns. He picked tax liens from a county tax delinquent properties for sale list that he located in his local newspaper and purchased tax lien certificates on single family homes in nice communities.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – MARICOPA COUNTY INTEREST RATE

The maximum rate on tax liens in Maricopa County is 16%.

David’s total investment was $2,000, and he invested that money with the local county.

Tax liens may stay outstanding, that is unpaid, for up to 36 months, however, the property owner is required to pay 16% interest annually. All of the overdue taxes and interest can accumulate for 3 years.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – MORTGAGE-FREE PROPERTY

Keep in mind, David’s money was invested at the local county, and the certificate he purchased was secured by the property.

That simply means, at the end of 3 years, if he doesn’t get paid, he will get the property without a mortgage.

His $2,000 investment will be worth a lot of money at the end of the 3 years if he continues to invest $2,000 each year.

Getting wealthy is not a sprint, it’s a marathon.

According to county records, 95% of the property owners will pay the delinquent taxes plus the interest and you will receive an outrageous return and all your money back.

HOW TO INVEST IN PROPERTY WITH UNPAID TAXES – BANK RATES VS TAX LIENS

Here’s an example, a comparison between money in the bank and a tax lien certificate.

If David continues to invest only one time every year for 3 years, he will either get paid or he will get the property. Getting the property is a significant return because there is no mortgage.

Getting back to my comparison, after 20 years, one $2,000 investment at 16% and re-invested every year plus the 16% will be valued at $30,000. Compare that with a bank investment of 1%, and you will only have a few thousand dollars.

No matter where you start, you’ll end up in a positive situation with tax lien certificates.

If you determine you want to purchase tax deeds and be entrepreneurial, the system will produce thousands of dollars when you sell.

CONCLUSION

We hope you enjoyed Ted’s lesson, “How to Invest in Property With Unpaid Taxes”

Tax lien certificates are one of the safest high-yielding investments in the USA. They pay interest rates of 16%, 18%, 24%, and even up to 36%, and they’re secured by real estate.

You either get paid the high rate of return or you get the property.

95% of the time, you’ll get all your money back plus the interest. If you don’t, then you’ll get the property without a mortgage.

Compared to bank certificate of deposit rates, tax lien certificates are clearly the more lucrative option for the passive investor, and tax lien investing is not difficult to learn.

If you’d like to know more about how to invest in property with unpaid taxes, there’s no one more qualified to teach you than Ted Thomas, America’s leading authority on tax lien certificates and tax defaulted property investing.

Ted Thomas is the only one who provides full support and complete training with home study courses, Q&A webinars, live tutorials, workshops & web classes, and personal one-on-one coaching.

Get started today at no cost with Ted’s FREE Master Class. It’s only about 1 hour of streaming video and will open your eyes to the incredible opportunities available in tax lien certificates and tax deed investing.


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