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Training Module 1

 

Training Module 1:

Tax Lien Investing 101 – The Basics You Must Know

by Tony Martinez and Saen Higgins

Please Post Your Comments and Questions Regarding this Training Session Here:

  1. What was your greatest “takeaway” from this lesson?

  2. What’s the #1 question you now have regarding investing in Tax Lien Certificates?

  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1After the video series, some people feel like they would like to pursue investing on their own with no additional training. Other people prefer a personalized training course or perhaps access to additional tools and resources to help along the way. Ether way, we are happy to help you get going! We have personal training programs available to meet all budget requirements. The proprietary information, resources, links, affiliations, and methodology that we offer is vast. We are always updating new resources and monitoring changes to each state and county collection process. This information is available to members of our Advanced Training programs. Please contact us by phone toll free in the U.S. 1-888-691-1710, or call 1-916-290-9316 for international support. Or email us @ "info@ustaxlienassociation.com" and we will be happy to help you choose a package that is right for you.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1The property owner is responsible for paying the subsequent years taxes during the redemption period. You will be given notification of the taxes due each year and given the opportunity to purchase the subsequent liens if the owner defaults prior to the lien being offered up for auction. You do not have to buy subsequent years taxes but if the investment was good the first year why wouldn’t you want to add to your investment like you would a savings account?
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Many taxing entities offer Over the counter properties. These are generally available throughout the year without having to wait for an auction date. The States, counties, and other taxing jurisdictions that offer these are indicated in the ULS Website. You can also check with the County Tax Assessor directly about their OTC process.
  • Daniel Leon on Training Module 1I enjoyed the, what appears to be, straight forward approach you had with your delivery. My concern is. Will this seminar be a sales pitch for additional purchases. Is it going to be just enough to wet your whistle, now lets fork over the couple grand to get a full drink. I understand that everything comes at a price. There is no such thing as no money down. However, can you give an insight on what that price is going to be so I can come fully prepared.
  • Gene Tyrrell on Training Module 1Thank You..excited to learn how to start on my road to purchasing TLC'S and Deeds
  • Rodney on Training Module 1During the time of the lien certificate who is paying the property taxes then
  • Bryan Ambrose on Training Module 1I didn't realize that the tax lien certificates worked like that. I thought maybe I would have to foreclose on the property. I like the way it works.
  • Kim O on Training Module 1Greatest takeaway: the benefits for the community. Question: Methods of acquiring tax lien certificates over the counter. I'm not totally clear on how to do that.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1With a lien you may collect the interest return when the property owner redeems the property. Or, if it does not get redeemed you may foreclose on it and take possession. At that point you would have significant equity in the property and you could sell it, rent it, or hold on to it for additional appreciation. Work as you normally would, but just focus on properties that are within your budget. Ignore the rest or partner with someone to expand the amount you have available to invest. Also, check out my article about this topic: http://ustaxlienassociation.com/investing-in-tax-lien-certificates-with-limited-capital/
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Who offers the highest interest rate is not a simple answer. An investor must look at not only the interest rate but the term of the lien and the combination of penalties. For example: Illinois can start at 18% for 6 months but it can be bid down and there are min. penalties that can be applied. Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Arizona all have very attractive starting interest rates as well as many more.
  • Joe Carson on Training Module 1This is telling me that all l need to do is go to the count house, find some cheap tax liens pay the tax and collect interest till they pay. If they don't pay you can forclose on the house and the property is yours free and clear!!!! The question l have for you is, what it you need capital how would a guy go about that??
  • DaryleTaylor on Training Module 1Did know you could do tax lien from any where.What state has highest return
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Correct Alvin, with a lien you may collect the interest return when the property owner redeems the property. Or, if it does not get redeemed you may foreclose on it and take possession. At that point you would have significant equity in the property and you could sell it, rent it, or hold on to it for additional appreciation.
  • Alvin on Training Module 1Let me get this correct, I'm basically making money from the interest and if the taxes are not paid in the given amount of time, I own the property?
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1The 14 Step System is our comprehensive approach to due diligence which we have developed over the last 20+ years. It is much more than just a simple list of steps. We have made this information available in many of our training resources including our audio CDs, a special webinar put together for our Project Protégé members, and in our Tax Lien Investment Bible. Please contact our great customer service people and they will be happy to provide you with options for getting this detailed information Please contact us by phone toll free in the U.S. 1-888-691-1710, or call 1-916-290-9316 for international support. Or email us @ "info@ustaxlienassociation.com"
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1You can start investing as soon as you are ready.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Many tax properties do not have a mortgage. For those that do, every mortgage holder is notified along with the owner of the property. These holders could be institutional (a bank) or they could be private. Why they sometimes choose not to pay the taxes is a good question and there are certainly many answers. Consider that many banks have failed. And just a few short years ago Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac failed. Sometimes, the note at the bank is more than they could get by selling the property, so it would not make sense to continue to sink money into the property. Whether it is misfortune or mismanagement, there are millions of dollars in real estate out there right now due the incredible drop in the US markets. Unlike we have ever seen before. Take advantage of it while you can. Every mortgagee signs a personal guarantee when they take out the loan. The mortgagor will typically pursue the guarantor for financial remedy.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1After the video series, some people feel like they would like to pursue investing on their own with no additional training. Other people prefer a personalized training course or perhaps access to additional tools and resources to help along the way. Ether way, we are happy to help you get going! We have personal training programs available to meet all budget requirements. The proprietary information, resources, links, affiliations, and methodology that we offer is vast. We are always updating new resources and monitoring changes to each state and county collection process. This information is available to members of our Advanced Training programs. Please contact us by phone toll free in the U.S. 1-888-691-1710, or call 1-916-290-9316 for international support. Or email us @ "info@ustaxlienassociation.com" and we will be happy to help you choose a package that is right for you.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Anyone can own property in the US. You can do it as an individual if you choose to. You will need a US tax ID number and many websites will require you to have a US contact address. You will also need a US bank account. Doing this through a business is a much easier option to accomplish these things. We can help you with that, too. As a member of our training programs we will provide you the contact information to help you establish your business entity and your banking here in the US.
  • Tony Martinez on Training Module 1Many taxing entities offer Over the counter properties. These are generally available throughout the year without having to wait for an auction date. The States, counties, and other taxing jurisdictions that offer these are indicated in the ULS Website. You can also check with the County Tax Assessor directly about their OTC process.

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