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Results Driven Investment Training

Get Immediate Free Access to Our Accelerated Tax Lien Certificate Investment Mini-Course. This 7-Day video training series covers all of the basic fundamental information you need to know first to begin successfully investing in Government-Issued Tax Lien Certificates.

 

As with all investments, there is always an element of risk. Even if the interest rates are written into state government law, mandated by state government law, and are regulated by state government law, there is a chance of you losing part or all of your investment. You must always try to get the best education and practice safe investing, no matter which investment vehicle you choose.

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Saen Higgins – Tips on Choosing the Right Partner

When asked, many of our students say there are advantages to working with their partner. In fact, if you’ve attended one of our events you may have seen us support business partnerships between couples. Why is this? Well, for one thing you absolutely have to have your partner’s support with any new business venture. And […]

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How to Safely Invest

For Our Research Savvy Students

For Our Research Savvy Students

For our students who are deep into researching tax deed or tax lien properties, they will often stumble across what is generally referred to as a property transfer history. A property transfer history is exactly what it sounds like. You can see record of who the previous owners of a property were, how much they […]

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Are There Risks?

Tax Lien Certificates – Are There Risks Associated with becoming a Tax Lien Certificate investor?

Tax Lien Certificates – Are There Risks Associated with becoming a Tax Lien Certificate investor?

Tax Lien Certificates and Tax Foreclosed Homes can obviously be extremely lucrative investment strategies; so what are the risk factors one should know about. The more obvious risk factors are: Bankruptcy, IRS liens, environmental issues, worthless lands, condemned structures, undesirable neighborhoods, and industrial properties. You may be thinking, "sounds risky."

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