How Do Tax Sale Properties Work ?  

Tax sale property allows the purchaser to invest money on paying back the tax debts which are due against a real estate property. This is one form of generating lost income by the government. When a property holder becomes unable to pay the due taxes against the said property, the state government sells its tax liens authority to the general public under an auction.

Investors get attracted to such offers because in some cases investors in the end get the title of the said property. However, one should not jump over it they must enquire the necessary details and the correct procedures.

Such type of sales occurs once in a year at the county level. Many of the purchasers after seeing the advertisements remains under an illusion that buying the tax lien would fetch them the ownership of the property but actually the buyer gets at the first instance a tax lien certificate. This certificate provides him with two authorities first one makes him eligible for getting interest on the money that he is investing on lien certificate and the second one gives him the right to declare the property as foreclosed if the principal and the interest money is not paid back to the investor.

Various states have different manner to handle the situation they generally provide two to three years time for the money to be paid back and this term is called the redemption period. At the end of this redemption period if the money is not reimbursed the buyer can foreclose the property and gain its title.

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