StarTribune Wyoming’s News Source August 24, 2012 Natrona County tax sale disperses liens on nearly 700 properties Hopeful investors watch a computer screen at the start of the Natrona County tax sale Thursday. Each delinquent property was awarded to a randomly-selected buyer, who then had the opportunity to purchase the associated lien from the county […] . . .
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Planning Commission moving into new offices The Republican Springfield, MA September 03, 2009 Developers …showed off a transformed former Hooters building…days before the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission will move into the building as the first tenant. Mirkin, … and Gagliarducci bought 60 Congress St. at a tax foreclosure auction in June 2008 for $605,000. The […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Signs work Look in the exterior sidebar. See the picture of a sign. It reads: “Why Rent? 100% Financing, No Down Payment, 439-6100.” I have used this sign many times. Each time I have a property for sale, I display this sign prominently – and the phone rings. At a minimum, […] . . .
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Hop on: Foreclosure Bus Tours Content Manager By: Diane Tuman, | April 1, 2008 | Sports Illustrated has a feature – or, maybe they stopped running it (dunno, since I haven’t picked up the magazine in a while) – named something like, “This Week’s Sign That Apocalypse is Upon Us,” which deals with some bizzaro […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS As I stated in Part #1: The #1 real estate investing question is – How do I find the exceptional deals – on a consistent basis? The Answer to the #1 real estate investing problem / question is: You must use an exceptional real estate investing System. Working a good system is […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS In the real estate investing world we use quite a few acronym’s to help remind ourselves to do things in a proper manner. First and foremost, we must make sure that we understand the “numbers” regarding the property. If renting, this becomes crucial. One such acronym is IDEAL. I=Income D = Depreciation […] . . .
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Lake Elsinore grapples with fading landscapes By: Aaron Claverie Murrieta also may regulate maintenance of dying yards of foreclosed homes LAKE ELSINORE – The scope of the city’s weed abatement ordinance could be expanded to address the dying lawns and shabby landscaping left behind by the former owners of foreclosed homes, Lake Elsinore Mayor Daryl […] . . .
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Tax lien returns not worth the hassle The Oklahoman December 17, 2007 Dave Ramsey DEAR DAVE • My father owns a lot in town and recently received a notice that there is a property tax lien against it. Are any of the penalties associated with this lien negotiable? Also, someone was telling me that people […] . . .
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County to sell off taxes due THE ENQUIRER 12/03/07 Cincinnati, Ohio By Jessica Brown Property owners would pay tax, interest to debt collectors Behind on your property taxes? Get ready for calls from a collection agency. Hamilton County property owners owe more than $60 million in delinquent taxes. Starting next year, for the first […] . . .
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