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Where to Find Government Tax Foreclosures


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Web sites that internet searches lead you to are good resources to find information about government tax foreclosures. One such site, foreclosurel istings, offers information about available properties across the country. Internet listings are typically updated regularly so chances are high that you will have access to the most recent information. This web site provides photos of the property, the listing amount, and details such as how many bedrooms and baths are included and what type of property it is. You can sign-up for a seven-day trial for only $3.95. After the trial period, if the web site has provided you with sufficient information that is helpful to you, options for continuing a subscription to this service include being billed a monthly fee of $39.95, or a six-month option that will save you money at $99.00 (which is only $16.50 per month).

Another web site that can be helpful to you in finding a list of tax foreclosures owned by the government is government auctions. This web site can give you access to detailed information all in one place that otherwise might take you many hours of running around to gather from different sources. You must register and pay an annual fee of $39.95 to have unlimited access to this web site.

Small investment, high profit

Your investment in a tax-foreclosed government property is typically very small and, in comparison, the returns on your money can be very high and profitable. As we all know, government agencies need tax dollars to operate. Properties that have fallen behind in their tax payments owed to the government are given top priority by the court system to be sold, so the tax monies can be distributed to the government office that needs the funds to operate.

Other sources for listings

You can also find a listing of government tax foreclosures from a local real estate agent. Real estate agents can be wonderful sources of knowledge about tax foreclosure properties for sale, as well as being efficient in handling the processes needed to complete the sale transaction. Real estate agents know the rules and regulations that are specific to their county and/or state that you must adhere to in order to have a successful transaction.

Foreclosed government tax properties can also be listed in newspapers as they are a matter of public record. The County Clerk?s office at the local County Courthouse should also have a record of properties that have been foreclosed for non-payment of taxes.

Government tax foreclosures are very much worth your while to investigate. They can produce a solid return on your investment and they have priority over other foreclosed properties in the speed of listing and resulting transaction. This type of tax foreclosure is much easier to access and process than other forms of foreclosure.

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