Thursday, March 24, 2016

Tax Lien Resources - Investing Without Losing


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.

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3 comments:

Derek Palmer said...

Is there a website out there where you can do a title search? I spoke with a real estate law attorney and he mentioned he would charge $150.00 to do so. That could become very expensive if your looking at multiple properties, any suggestions?

Derek Palmer said...

Is there a website out there where you can do a title search? I spoke with a real estate law attorney and he mentioned he would charge $150.00 to do so. That could become very expensive if your looking at multiple properties, any suggestions?

Edward Butler said...

county clerks office , in most cases, have the court records on the property.
It will have tax liens, IRS liens (bad) and deed records. I can see most of that online here in Texas. Its best to search by owners name if you know it. or cross reference it to a owner with a property description. Liens are on people and do not come off property that's what a title search is, looking for liens. and that why they charge 150 to do that, because it can be a time consuming process.