The complete guide to investing in real estate tax liens & deeds: how to earn high rates of return--safely / Alan Northcott.
- ISBN: 9781601389343 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1601389345 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States] : Atlantic Publishing Group Inc : 2012.
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|Summary, etc.:|| If you are searching for a new way to invest that can challenge your investing skills and potentially make you a bundle, look no further than investing in real estate tax liens and deeds. If you've considered this path before and found it too complicated, not to worry. The Complete Guide to Investing in Real Estate Tax Liens & Deeds REVISED 2ND EDITION is here to help. With all the information from the first edition, plus updated laws, websites, and a new chapter guiding you through the exact steps you'll need to start your tax lien investment portfolio, this book will have you making money in no time. Investing in tax liens and deeds can be very rewarding. Tax liens can be tax deferred or even tax-free. You can purchase them in your self-directed IRA. Interest rates vary but average between 4% and 18%. The interest rates are fixed by local governments, essentially a government-guaranteed loan. Additionally, the investment is secured by real property (real estate). This sounds great, but what is the catch? There really is none, except you must know what you are doing! You will learn what property tax liens and tax lien certificates are; how to invest in tax lien certificates; how to buy tax lien certificates; insider secrets to help you double or even triple your investment; how to start with under $1,000; the risks, traps, and pitfalls to avoid; and a detailed directory of states that sell tax lien certificates with contact information.
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