Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ On a landlording site an interesting question got a lot of response. The Question What is your policy toward on time rental payment? Do you have a Zero Tolerance, ZT, for late rental payments, or do you work with the tenants and their situation? To be Late Payment Tolerant or Not […] . . .
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NorthJersey.com Friday January 24, 2014 PATERSON — A father and daughter are suing the city claiming they were sold more than $200,000 in worthless tax lien certificates for a non-existent property, homes on which taxes were never in arrears and a piece of land where a school is being built. “These liens should never have […] . . .
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Oscoda Press State to sell 107 tax-foreclosed Iosco properties at auction July 3, 2012 LANSING MI – The will be 107 Iosco County parcels auctioned off during the Michigan Tax-Foreclosed Real Property Auction, to be held Tuesday, Aug. 14…All the parcels were forfeited after the owners failed to pay property taxes. Some of the properties […] . . .
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Asia-Pacific Real Estate Expected to Provide Best Total Returns in Coming Years Bryan Ellis Real Estate Letter by Carole VanSickle July 27th 2011 Based on the Global Real Estate Investment Outlook and Market Perspective 2011, growth in the Asia-Pacific region is not only expected to exceed that in the U.S. and Europe over the next […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I recently got a call from someone who wanted to speak about one of my products, Coach Mitch’s “famous $1 Option.”™. This person had gotten some other guru’s materials, had done what the guru said to do, but had not gotten good results. He was hoping that by using Coach […] . . .
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Has anyone heard of buying tax foreclosure property in Wyoming? February 1st, 2011 I saw a blog and the 5 comments had lots of inaccurate information. I thought you should be apprised of what passes for informed thought in America these days. I indicated the incorrect comment in bold and labeled it (INCORRECT) I left […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Another subscriber question. Hi Mitch, Have you ever done this … (tax delinquent property investing…ed.note) with Commercial Real Estate ? Thanks, Angelo ************* Angelo, Thank you for the question. Investing in commercial tax delinquent property is done in the same manner as residential property investing. Typically though, the sellers are more […] . . .
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Tax Foreclosure Notices UP Mount Desert Islander Bar Harbor, ME November 28, 2008 BAR HARBOR – The owners of 39 properties were notified last week that the town will foreclose on their houses, lots or commercial structures unless delinquent property taxes are paid by Dec. 22. The number of properties facing foreclosure is more […] . . .
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Farm workers cemetery being neglected, some say The Arizona Republic Dec. 19, 2007 Edythe Jensen A 90-year-old cemetery for Hispanic farm workers, surrounded by the Fulton Ranch development, is being neglected in what preservationists worry is an attempt to justify moving the graves off valuable land. The home builder doesn’t own the cemetery, but investors […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ It is always smart to have a good relationship with your neighbors. This is very true for your personal residence. But, it is especially true to befriend the neighbors of your rentals. They can be called upon to protect your interests and theirs. A neighbor will be on the lookout for […] . . .
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