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Craigslist: FL Tax Lien On Sale 10/7/2015 Legal Notice — Florida Tax Lien Sales — Daily News You can invest in tax lien certificates from anywhere in the world. When you own a tax lien certificate, you have a certain right on the property, but you don’t own the property yet. Tax year is […] . . .

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Taxes too high? Add to your real estate investment income. Post 170


MSN.com 4/25/20 By MSN Money staff The best and worst states for taxes Where you live can make a big difference in how much you pay in taxes. States may use similar methods to fund their budgets — taxes on income, sales, property, fuel, alcohol, tobacco — but each does so its own way.There are […] . . .

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You don’t need a real estate license to do Coach Mitch’s $1 Option. Post 169


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   From time to time the question of licensure comes up, particularly from new clients. For every state, the answer is the same.   Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 6:09 PM To: Coach Mitch Subject: Real Estate/Realtor Law Idaho Hi Mitchell, I looked this info below up today, it sounds like I […] . . .

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Government – How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Post 154


Trenton tax lien sale is illegal, says group The Trentonian June 28, 2010 By Andria Carter TRENTON – Some homeowners and business owners believe that Trenton’s Tax Department is illegally implementing an accelerated tax lien sale. A group of taxpayers challenged the decision and had their properties removed from the upcoming tax lien sale. However, […] . . .

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How do you evaluate a real estate investment? Post 153


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   A most important skill for any investor, but especially for a real estate investor, is how to evaluate a transaction. Just say, “Yes!”™ Quickly differentiating what may be a good deal from what is probably a marginal or bad deal, is a necessary skill. We have all (me too) been guilty […] . . .

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City pays off its own tax lien. Post 151


Jacksonville taxpayers foot the bill for $86,000 investor profit on Shipyards tax lien Florida Times Union Matt Galnor May 18, 2010 “We just can’t seem to get out of our own way on that project.” Richard Clark, City Council president When the developers of the twice-failed Shipyards project didn’t pay their 2008 property taxes, two […] . . .

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Lawyer gets caught rigging tax lien auctions. Post 150


Attorney sentenced to 1 year for rigging bids at tax lien auctions Baltimore Sun By Jessica Anderson May 5, 2010 Tens of millions of dollars in tax lien purchases were affected by rigging An attorney was sentenced on Tuesday to one year in jail and forced to pay $800,000 in criminal fines for rigging bids […] . . .

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Should I buy at or before tax sale auctions? Post 149


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Hi Coach, Love your stuff but I must be dense. I understand the reasoning behind trying to get a house & land prior to the tax sale and that doesn’t seem to be a problem. What I don’t understand is if I should get a quick claim deed from the owner and […] . . .

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Putting the bank in its place. Post 148


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   When I read this letter, I loved it, and felt that it would gladden the heart of anyone who read it. The ‘haves’ are running the hen house (US) – into the ground. This allows for many opportunities. Those of you who want or need to put your financial house in […] . . .

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The price of protection in real estate investing. Post 147


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   Get your guard up Homeowner’s insurance is a necessary part of the real estate investor’s armor. You can normally get your investment property included into your homeowners’ insurance policy, along with your car. The more you have to insure, the more valuable a client you become and you will qualify for […] . . .

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