Long-Distance Purchase of Tax Liens and Certificates - Posted by Judy


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Posted by BRnBA on March 03, 1999 at 19:41:57:

Only if you are a seasoned Tax Certificate/Tax Sale investor.


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Long-Distance Purchase of Tax Liens and Certificates - Posted by Judy

Posted by Judy on March 03, 1999 at 18:44:02:

Does anyone out there know whether it is advisable to purchase tax liens and/or certificates in one area of the country when you live in another?

Thanks for any answers, comments, and tips!


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Re: Long-Distance Purchase of Tax Liens and Certificates - Posted by ken

Posted by ken on March 04, 1999 at 21:43:15:

try buying in your state in your county great money can be made matter of research you can do it costs normally are extremely low return fantastic take action it is there for you get it check out your local area it might surprise you


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Re: Long-Distance Purchase of Tax Liens and Certificates - Posted by T.B.

Posted by T.B. on March 03, 1999 at 21:02:49:

Yes Judy, it is possible.

However, TLCs that can be purchased by mail are,technically, no longer TLCs. These are liens that did not sell at the tax lien auction and were subsequently struck off to the State as “Certificates of Purchase”. CP lists are available for various counties around the U.S., and they (CP`s) may be purchased by mail directly from the county Treasurer.

I must agree with BRnBA, this is NOT the business to get into as a rookie. There are far too many variables when it comes to dealing with TLCs or CPs that make them an unwise choice for the beginning investor.

I hope this information helps. T.B.