Junapaul - 02/05/2020
Ive learned so much valuable information here .and im glad that i got involved & follow through with the 7 day mini course
TC - 02/04/2020
Looking forward to the step by step process.
bruno - 01/30/2020
I now am hopeful that I may retire and buy tax liens from home and be able to spend time with the family.
Pender - 01/29/2020
great basic info
Mark - 01/10/2020
it is a real eye opener....
Ola O - 01/09/2020
This product is very informative
Desira - 12/27/2019
You guy's are awesome. can't wait to learn more.
Rakesh - 12/20/2019
I highly recommend. You guys are amazing.
Nenita - 12/12/2019
I am still unclear as to how and go get to buy the tax lien certificate. But this training is very good education for a newbie investor
Garth - 12/06/2019
I feel i have a great overview of how this all works and ready to take action.
Russ - 11/29/2019
Just what I was looking for. Great information to get going, with an appetite for more.
Julie - 11/22/2019
Great opportunity to make good money and safe too.
czims - 11/20/2019
Very good delivery on your information
al - 11/18/2019
In order to purchase tax sale property at a first sale, the bidder must pay at least the minimum bid which is the total of all amounts due in the judgment (tax, penalty, interest and attorney fees) plus court cost, title search costs, constable fees, and posting and publication fees. The exact minimum bid is determined prior to the sale by the Constable conducting the sale and is announced at the sale. If taxes have accrued on the property for years after the time of the foreclosure judgment (i.e. “post judgment taxes”), the tax sale purchaser is also responsible for these taxes. Bidding Once you have registered with the Harris County Tax Assessor’s Office and obtained a bidder card, you are eligible to bid by raising your card in plain sight for the Constable to see at a certain bid price. The bidding begins at that minimum and the highest bidder wins the auction. If no minimum bid is offered, the property will be struck-off to the posting jurisdiction and sold at a later date. Harris County properties may be offered at a later Constable sale for a lower minimum bid. Purchasing The winning bidder is expected to pay the purchase amount immediately at the end of that auction. The Constable will only accept cash or certified funds (cashier’s check) as payment for property purchased. If the payment is more than the winning bid, the Constable’s Office will issue a refund for the difference at a later date. A receipt for the purchase payment is issued on the day of the Tax Sale. Then within 4-6 weeks, the Constable’s Office will issue the deed to the purchaser/bidder owner. Note: There is no buyer’s financing option at the Harris County Tax Sale. The potential buyer will not be able to obtain a mortgage loan. Redemption Most properties sold at the Harris County Delinquent Tax Sale are subject to the defendant’s right of redemption – 2 years for residence homestead and 180 days for non-homesteaded properties. To redeem the property, the defendant must either: contact the purchaser or complete a redemption affidavit form, which can be found at texaslawhelp.org or submit a written/notarized statement of their wishes. The redemption payment should then be submitted through the Tax Assessor-Collector’s office. For more information on purchasing property at Tax Sale, refer to Frequently Asked Questions. Frequently Asked Questions
Flor - 11/17/2019
Now I have a better picture of TLC, and Deeds. Would like further education on it specially hands on!
Gerry - 11/17/2019
I learned about the kinds of TLC that can be bought and invested for pennies on the dollar or for such a small amount of money. Also, you don't have to live in that State in order to invest in TLC. Thanks for my free training.
Rafik L - 11/07/2019
Compared to many other products, this is the best of all.
Sandy - 11/07/2019
this knowledge of tax liens gives me the hope I've sought for years.With grate mentors I can and will achieve. And thank you all so much. I watch this training over and over every day absorbing every word to get i in my spirit mind and soul.You guys are brilliant, I'm so happy I found you, It is vital that I master such a promising tool to escape poverty. I need to master this knowledge and want all the ends and outs, to be the best as you both are. I look forward to all your lessons this knowledge is a must have in my life. Thank you all again. Ms. Sandra Dulaney
Josh - 10/18/2019
I would like to learn and master all of the PAPERWORK that I would need to be successful in Tax Certificates and Tax Deeds in a very short Time Frame.
Alex - 10/18/2019
I really want to see a step by step to get a property
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