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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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Needing more clarity, a student recently asked me to quantify what he should be looking for to determine what a good tax delinquent property prospect was. I jotted down a few ideas. The biggest idea is that: Every criterion has its range of values, issues and concerns. A good lead takes […] . . .
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Michael Rady worked at the docks for 15 years to pay off the mortgage on his Cleveland home. But when Mr. Rady was injured and could no longer do physical labor, he couldn’t find a job and had to live off savings and credit cards. Soon, he owed Cuyahoga County close to $8,000 in property […] . . .
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Dade tax collector advertising fewer properties this year even with recession Miami Today May 28, 2009 RisaPolansky Despite a rough economy, fewer delinquent property tax certificates are being advertised for sale in Miami-Dade this year than last. In 2008, the county tax collector advertised 89,795 properties before the annual delinquent tax certificate sale. This year, […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS Imagine being a county treasurer Fact 1: These days much of the country is facing declining home prices. Fact 2: A large percentage of the counties budget’s come from property taxes. Fact 3: As home prices fall, homeowners will seek to have their property reassessed and try to pay lower property taxes. […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS Words matter If you are going to do business in tax delinquent property, you must know what the words mean when you read them in documents or hear them in conversation. The County Clerk’s office will become a second home if you are serious about your investing career. It will quickly become […] . . .
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Ichud colony to apply yearly for exemption Times Herald-Record Middletown, NY December 15, 2007 By Nathan Mayberg MONTICELLO – Sullivan County, the Town of Thompson and Monticello School District have agreed to allow the Ichud Bungalow Colony in Thompson to apply for a tax exemption each year. That is a lot different than the 2006 […] . . .
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County to sell Glacier Motor Hotel to highest bidder Glacier Reporter Cutbank, MT By LeAnne Kavanagh October 31, 2007 The Glacier County Commissioners and auctioneer Jerry Buckley are pretty confident it will take less than 30 minutes to auction off the old Glacier Motor Hotel An auction flyer advertising the sale notes, “Auction will […] . . .
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DailySouthtown July 18, 2007 By Kristen Schorsch – Staff writer Oak Forest sets sights on tax-delinquent land Four pieces of vacant land in Oak Forest whose owners haven’t paid property taxes in at least two years might become city-owned land targeted for redevelopment. City council last week unanimously agreed to participate in the Cook County […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Imagine, you if you could make a telephone call and for free, get a database of properties that have motivated sellers! There are precious few ways that a treasure trove of leads will fall into your possession. Investing in county held Tax Lien Certificates could be that treasure for you. Of course, […] . . .
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