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New Tax Sale Strategy

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Properties sold for unpaid Alabama income taxes are redeemed in exactly the same way, following the same rules, as for ad valorem tax sales. The sale for unpaid income taxes does not prevent a lender from foreclosing, so those properties are riskier than ad valorem tax sales. On the other hand, there is often significant equity in them. Properties are sold for unpaid ad valorem taxes because the law says they MUST be sold. Properties are sold for unpaid income taxes because someone at the Department of Revenue decided the property had enough equity to make a sale worthwhile. If there is still a mortgage on the property, the lender might be willing to let you simply begin making payments and cure the default. When researching property records, don't overlook these opportunities. Contact the former owner. If there is something worth pursuing, buy his or her redemption rights.

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2 comments

  • Hi Jamel, please contact me off-blog, at Denise@ButlerEvansEducation.com

    Denise L. Evans on
  • I have heard about that but kind of contract should be drawn up? What if the irs is involved? Should you attempt to buy interest from the previous owner it went delinquent under or attempt to buy the irs interest?

    Jamel on

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