Property tax lien sales rely on the buyers and the buyers only. It's not about the home or commercial property. It's not about the seller's past. It's not about any of those things at all. The buyers determine everything in this real estate game. If you're a buyer, you have to understand that you're in control here. Otherwise, things can go bad.
For one, sellers can and will spot your lack of knowledge in this area and try to force an upper hand in the situation. They can try to, you know, change your view on things. I've seen sellers try to convince buyers that the property is a great house with a beautiful view, it comes very cheaply, and it's just plain spectacular. If you buy into this, you'll probably find that the pipes are filled with cement and you're dead stuck with a useless house (costs a LOT of money to repair the pipes!) and a low low chance of ability to flip back into the market. If sellers give you one side, ask for the other and compare.
Another situation is when you don't really know what to do if you have a solid house that you're looking at, the seller's great, and there's no problems. You don't know how to negotiate the right price, how to get the certificate down and out of the seller's hands. That's when this golden system comes in. Tax Liens Made Easy will serve as a very solid manual for any step from start (the purchase) to finish (the flip back into the market). It will tell you how to negotiate the price down to a highly profitable amount and how to retrieve that certificate with no worries.
You've seen two of the most devastating scenarios in the foreclosure market. Don't stay in those situations! Learn more about Tax Liens Made Easy! My personal review of the system is located at
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I suggest you take a look. If you're not interested, fine. Being stuck in bad situations isn't so hot, though. This would be the best way in and out of the foreclosure market.