I’ve just tried to level the playing field for the average investor.
American Fork, Utah (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Renowned real estate and tax lien educator Sean Keegan Walker said he has recently opened the vault of privately owned and controlled tax certificates and deeds, normally controlled by large banks and hedge funds, to the average “one-at-a-time” investor, eliminating the need for investors to risk hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Walker has now created what some experts are calling the easiest tax certificate and deed purchase system ever.
With the state of the current economy, tax certificates and deeds are more prevalent than ever, Walker said. They represent an opportunity for an investor to capitalize on returns as high as 16 percent or more, secured by a priority lien against real property and guaranteed by the taxing entity in the county where the property is located. Investors who are losing money in their retirement or savings accounts are flooding to SKWCentral.com to pick up these liens and deeds.
“I’ve found that my students really want the kinds of returns these certificates can offer, and also want the option to foreclose and acquire the property for pennies on the dollar should that become an option,” Walker said. “But the barrier to entry was so high in the past that all the good liens got snapped up by large banks and institutional investors. I’ve just tried to level the playing field for the average investor.”
Walker said that his students can't get enough of these certificates and deeds and non-students are beating down the door to get access.
Walker quotes a recent article in the Arizona Daily Star that discovered that several large banks that received ‘bail out’ money from the U.S. and used that money to purchase large blocks of tax liens and deeds with returns as high as 18 percent annually.
By using online technology developed specifically for SKWCentral.com, Walker’s students and clients are able to view each individual lien, complete all relevant due diligence while on his website, and then click a “buy it now” button to purchase the lien.
Liens range in price from $50 to $7,500 and are always priced below their actual redemption value, Walker said.
“This means that when one of my students buys a lien, they know they will get a return on their investment,” Walker said. “That return will come from the instant equity they gain when they buy the lien, the interest rate they receive on the certificate guaranteed by the county that filed the lien, or even the potential to acquire the property through a foreclosure process and receive a tax deed.”
Sean Keegan Walker is available for interviews with major media, network and syndicated radio. To contact him, please call his office at (877) 484-8012
SKW Central is a member based education platform that includes written, audio and video training on the tax lien and deed business. For more information, go to: http://www.SKWCentral.com, or call (877) 484-8012.
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