18 Aug Sorting A Tax List
First you have to get hold of a Tax Roll List. Then you have to prepare a spreadsheet to find out which properties would qualify for a great Tax Lien investment. In a spreadsheet, you will need to gather the APN, contact information, use code, market value, the outstanding property taxes, and the base tax amount just to name a few of the information required for a great list.
Your primary source of information would be the County Assessor’s Office. You can either go to their office and ask for a list of properties with delinquent property taxes or go their website. Most of the County Assessor’s offices have their own website which includes a lot of information valuable to Tax delinquent investors. From the counties website, you should able to find the require bits of information for each property.
Expensive properties with small tax delinquent dues are more likely to be redeemed by the owner before the auction. However, the owner might not pay for high-priced properties with huge delinquent property taxes. So, you have to consider how much you are willing to invest. The less expensive properties with high delinquent property taxes have a good chance that the owners will not pay them and forego with the property. If you intend to obtain the actual property keep these properties in your final list as they are your best bet.
In Tax Delinquent Investing a Tax Roll is helpful. Your objective when you sort a tax roll list is to find out which properties would be profitable and within your budget. You have to bear in mind that you are not the only investor. So, you have to prepare your figures ahead of the auction so that come auction day you know exactly what to do.
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