What is government tax sale of properties?

Answer A government property tax sale occurs when a homeowner does not pay the taxes on her home over a specified period. The government in turn sells the property to recoup the tax debt.FrequencyA govern... Read More »

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How long are short sale properties listed?

A short sale in real estate is when the bank agrees to allow the property to be sold for less than is owed. Short sale is often used to keep the property out of foreclosure. There is no set amount ... Read More »

How to Find REO Properties Immediately After Sheriff Sale?

"Real Estate Owned" properties are bank-owned or mortgage-lender owned properties that have gone through foreclosure and subsequently failed to sell at either a foreclosure sale or auction. Thus ow... Read More »

Are government tax foreclosure properties real?

On One Hand: Governments Sell Tax LiensState and county governments regularly sell tax liens on private and commercial real estate that is behind on taxes. An investor can buy those liens, and if h... Read More »

How to Locate Government Tax Sale Homes?

Government tax sale homes are located in neighborhoods all over America. Property buyers searching for a good deal in the residential real estate market can find one at a great discount if they are... Read More »