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Attorney Attends National Tax Lien Conference

Maryland Tax Lien Attorney Ryan Lewis recently attended the 2018 National Tax Lien Association Annual Conference and Meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

The conference had a number of different speakers who discussed the future of real estate markets and the latest news related to tax liens.  The conference routinely brings together a number of different individuals and companies from various aspects of the tax lien investment business, including lenders, investors, services, and government officials.

Keynote Speaker Elliot Eisenberg

The keynote speaker at the conference was Elliott Eisenberg.  Mr. Eisenberg is an economist specializing in real estate markets.  At the conference, Mr. Eisenberg presented data demonstrating that the real estate markets have nearly fully recovered from the recession.  Further, Mr. Eisenberg expects that the overall American economy will continue to improve, which may decrease the number of properties that fall into the annual tax sales.  Of course, this is expected to lead to increased competition.

In addition to the keynote presentation, there were a number of smaller presentations and discussions concerning specific topics related to tax liens, such as strategies for using Big Data to forecast yields, the effect of bankruptcy on a tax lien, and strategies for investing on the secondary market.  As the tax lien market continues to grow and evolve, it is extremely important that tax lien investors stay abreast of the latest news and investment strategies.

Interested in investing in Maryland property tax liens?

As investors prepare for the Maryland tax sales beginning next month, it is important that they work with an experienced attorney to capitalize on market trends and avoid any costly pitfalls.  If you are interested in learning more about tax liens as an investment tool, please contact Ryan Lewis at the Law Office of Ross W. Albers, LLC to schedule a consultation.

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