Tax Liens and Tax Deeds in all USA States

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Currently, there are three main systems for the collection of delinquent real estate property taxes being utilized in local taxing districts all over the United States.

Tax Lien Certificate System:

The whole process begins when property owners let the real estate property taxes go unpaid. To get their money quickly the county sells the Tax Certificate Lien on a property that has delinquent taxes to an Investor. When the Real Estate Property Owner pays the taxes owed (Including Interest & Penalties) to the County or Taxing District, the Investor is notified to return the certificate. When the county or taxing district receives the Tax Lien Certificate, the Investor is paid the amount of the certificate, plus interest, meanwhile the county or taxing district has had the money it needed to run the government.

Tax Deed System:

The tax deed procedure begins when real estate property owners let the taxes on their real estate go unpaid. After numerous warnings, notifications and public advertisement of the impending sale, the county auctions the property to the winning bidder (state laws differ). The county auctions the deed to the property, the sale of the property is final and the winning bidder receives a Treasurer's Deed or similar Deed to the real estate property.

Tax Deed Redeemable System:

The tax deed procedure begins when real estate property owners let the taxes on their real estate go unpaid. After numerous warnings, notifications and public advertisement of the impending sale, the county auctions the property to the winning bidder (state laws differ).e county auctions the Deed to the property to the winning bidder, the Deed is encumbered or restricted by a "Right of Redemption" or "Waiting Period" meaning the property owner can pay the delinquent tax and penalty and still maintain ownership. Penalties can be as high as 20% in Georgia and 25% every 6 months in the state of Texas. After the redemption or "Waiting Period" has passed, i.e. 12 months in Georgia and 180 days in

Redemption Period:

The period during which a borrower may reclaim the title and possession of property by paying the debt it secured.

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