Thursday, March 24, 2016
Welcome to Investing Without Losing, your ultimate resource to tax liens and alternative investments to Wall Street. Please note this site is a value added complementary addition for the book, Complete Guide to Real Estate Tax Liens and Foreclosure Deeds: Learn in 7 Days-Investing Without Losing Series.
You can directly ask the author, Don Sausa, questions about this book through the discussion board.
Saturday, September 01, 2012
The FDIC has directed the selling of assets from the former Midwest Bank in Chicago, IL. Be sure to place your bids before this auction closes on Thursday, September 6th. Please click here to visit our online bidding page and Request to Bid for any of our current or upcoming sales you would like to place a bid. All purchased items from this sale must be picked up and paid for at 155 Fort Hill Drive Naperville, IL 60540.
Posted by Publisher at 8:45 PM
Thursday, December 15, 2011
It is the season of giving! Do you need a gift to give to someone? Why not buy yourself the complete guide to tax liens and tax deeds and at the same time give it to someone for free? We will send them a copy of the book if you purchase one in your name, for free!
To thank the readers and as gesture of the holidays, we are giving these books for free to your love ones this Christmas and New Year! Share the knowledge -- it is the biggest you can give this season.
Posted by Publisher at 8:38 PM
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
There's an upcoming tax lien certificate auction by St Johns County on June 1, 2010. All of this will be hosted online by SRI Services. You can access their site by going to www.sri-auctionsonline.com.
St. Johns County is a county located in northeastern Florida and has about 181,000 people. It is one of the highest-income counties in the United States and is home to Jacksonville Jaguars, an NFL team. St. Johns County is part of the Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan area, a region that has experienced explosive tremendous growth in the last ten years.
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
One of the biggest mistakes that you could make is telling other bidders not to bid on particular properties that you like so prices do not go up.
This is considered illegal in most states. Be wary of folks doing it and inviting you to join in these types of conversations. Some new bidders may not know this and could be doing something illegal out of ignorance.
Here is a more recent example of this issue:
An attorney was sentenced on Tuesday to one year in jail and forced to $800,000 in criminal fine for rigging bids at tax lien auctions in Baltimore and five counties, officials said.
Harvey M. Nusbaum pleaded guilty to a one-count charge of conspiring to submit non-competitive and collusive bids at tax lien auctions, according to a release from the Department of Justice.
In this example, this individual was harshly punished by the Department of Justice because he was bid rigging and the fact that he was a lawyer. It wasn't ignorance. The moral of the story: bid fairly. Don't ask others "not to bid" on your favorite properties. Remember, unlike other investments, tax lien auctions are very transparent.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Colorado tax lien sales are going to put online in November 2009. For more information, please access the SRI auction site here:
Monday, June 15, 2009
Though I have no association to Carleton Sheets and his infomercials regarding real estate topics or seminars, I do appreciate being selected as the #1 "Noteworthy Real Estate Books" on his web site.
Counties across the state of Florida are fairly busy this month due to the amount of tax liens they are selling. One of the biggest counties selling tax lien certificates is the Miami Dade area. To access their link, you can find it here:
There are also other counties, some in California, that's selling online. You can find an auction calendar on Bid4Assets available here:
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other federal agencies have created one web site that lists all of their properties that are for sale. The web site can be found here:
The other site that's inter-linked is called: http://www.govsales.gov
Interestingly enough, they even have vehicles and international properties on here. A great find for anyone looking for bargain purchases! As always, please do your due diligence and continue to seek legal or professional counsel before attempting to purchase property.
Thanks! -Don Sausa