Property Tax Auction
Many times people end up in a situation where they can no longer pay the taxes on the property they own. In these cases, the property is taken over by the IRS due to non payment of the taxes for that property. Have you ever wondered what happens to it once the government owns the property? Usually it is sold at a property tax auction. This is because when the IRS holds a tax lien against property, the United States has the right to sell this property for redemption. They have up to 120 days from the date that the property was seized to take action. The fastest way to sell the property is through a property tax auction which can be held at either a live government auction or one that is held online. If you are interested in buying property from a live property tax auction, then you should be making plans to be there in person. This is the only way you will be allowed to bid on any item. Be prepared to pay for the property at this time in case you do win a bid. You will have to pay for the property you win in cash or with a money order or travelers check. No personal checking accounts will be accepted as payment unless they are certified checks. These sales are widely advertised to the public so anyone can participate at these property tax auctions. They advertise them on television and radio; they may also have the time and dates posted in newspapers and other publications along with a brief detail about the property. By taking advantage of a property tax auction, you are making a financial investment in your future. Many people purchase property this way so they can resell it at a higher price making quite a bit of profit. Whatever use you have in mind for the property, you can't go wrong by buying it from a property tax auction.
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