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What is the Prince George’s tax lien Assignment Sale?

What happens during a tax sale foreclosure?

What is a tax lien assignment?

Next steps after winning a tax lien certificate

Baltimore County Tax Lien Sale

How is a tax lien redeemed after the tax sale?

Baltimore City Tax Sale Lawyers

Bidding on Tax Liens

Tax Lien Registration Deadlines

Attorney Attends National Tax Lien Conference

What is the Prince George’s tax lien Assignment Sale?

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
July 31, 2018

As many real estate investors are aware, each county in Maryland holds an annual tax sale where tax liens are sold to the highest bidder.  However, each year, there are many properties that go unpurchased at the tax sale. In most instances, these properties are “struck off” or “sold” to the County. What is an […]

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What happens during a tax sale foreclosure?

Category: Maryland Real Estate Law,Maryland Tax Liens
May 22, 2018

In most instances, a tax sale foreclosure action may be filed six months after the date of the tax sale.  Depending on their investment strategy, a tax lien holder may want to file as soon as possible or delay filing a foreclosure action, in order to allow their tax lien interest to accrue.  In any […]

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What is a tax lien assignment?

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 21, 2018

An assignment is the transfer of a legal interest.  In its most basic form, one party (the Assignor) agrees to sell and/or transfer its legal interest in something to a third party (the Assignee).  The parties will typically draft a separate purchase agreement for the asset to be assigned. The assignment will then be executed […]

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Next steps after winning a tax lien certificate

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 19, 2018

If you participated in a Maryland tax sale and won a tax lien (or liens), congratulations! Now, though, you may be asking yourself, “what’s next?” What to do after winning a tax lien certificate Immediately following the tax sale, you will be required to make full payment of the total amount of your winning bid(s) […]

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Baltimore County Tax Lien Sale

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 16, 2018

In Maryland, some counties hold online tax sales, while others continue to hold a traditional live auction.  Baltimore County is among those counties in Maryland that hold their annual tax sale online.  This year, the Baltimore County annual tax sale will be held on June 1, 2018. How does the Baltimore County online tax sale […]

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How is a tax lien redeemed after the tax sale?

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 10, 2018

After a tax lien is purchased at the annual tax sale, it will continue to encumber the property (and the subject the property to a possible foreclosure) until the property is “redeemed.”  Redemption is an industry term that refers to the extinguishment of the tax lien encumbering the property.  In Maryland, in order to redeem […]

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Baltimore City Tax Sale Lawyers

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 2, 2018

As we move into spring and summer, Baltimore City is preparing to hold their annual tax sales.  The tax sales are an important tool for Baltimore City government because it relies on the income from the sale of the tax liens to fund its operations. Baltimore City tax liens can also be very beneficial for investors, […]

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Bidding on Tax Liens

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
May 1, 2018

Most tax lien investors fall into one of two categories: (1) investors who purchase tax liens for the interest on the lien (6-20% depending on the county) or (2) investors who purchase tax liens as a means to acquire the property. An investor’s tax sale bidding strategy is largely determined by this end goal. When […]

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Tax Lien Registration Deadlines

Category: Maryland Real Estate Law,Maryland Tax Liens
April 9, 2018

As we move into spring and summer, the various Maryland counties and the City of Baltimore are preparing to hold their annual tax sales.  The tax sales are an important tool for local governments, who rely on the income from the sale of the tax liens to fund their operations. Tax liens can also be […]

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Attorney Attends National Tax Lien Conference

Category: Maryland Tax Liens
March 13, 2018

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 […]

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