Tax Lien Investing Then and Now

Tax Lien Investing Then and NowAlmost all types of investments and businesses today are conducted in various ways than they were many years ago.  This includes the buying of tax lien properties offline and online.  Let’s discuss further below in what way things has changed.

Back then you need to look at the bulletin boards in order to acquire a list of tax delinquent properties.  You head over to the county and see the list of deeds and liens available for sale at a public auction.  Others go to the tax collector’s office in order to get the list.

However, in today’s advance technology, with just a click of a button, you can acquire tons of free and paid information from the internet.  You get details online on the list of properties available, schedule of tax sale, starting bids for each one, and their location.  You can do these tasks within the comfort of your own home.

Using the internet now allows you to access this information.  Anytime you can read through them and learn things less the time and effort needed to go outside your door.

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The Other Way of Cashing in on Tax Deed Properties

The Other Way of Cashing in on Tax Deed PropertiesAlmost every real estate investor has now heard about the amazing deals that can be acquired from purchasing tax delinquent properties.  This also means that in this industry it is now quite difficult to get great bargains on properties from a tax sale.  In other words it has become overcrowded with fellow eager investors.  But if making some decent cash on tax deeds is the target, there is another way of doing it without the need to own a property at all: tax sale overages.

Tax sale overages is the secret method of earning income that can be conducted remotely from anywhere in the United States.  It is one of the best ways of cashing in on tax deed properties that costs almost next to nothing.  Few investors have caught on this strategy and at this point of time it is wide open.  So, grab it and start looking for the owners of these tax sale overages and earn as much as thirty to fifty percent in finder’s fee.