How to Buy Tax Liens and Tax Deeds Revealed in a Free Report

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How to buy tax liens and tax deeds revealed in a free report courtesy of America's Tax Lien expert, Ted Thomas. This new report, available for download here, teaches everything that a person needs to know to become an overnight expert in buying tax liens for profit.

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Profits that are reported by some buyers and sellers of tax lien and tax deed certificates have a range of 8 to 36 percent.

How to buy tax liens is one thing that wealthy real estate moguls know that average people do not. The tax lien industry has virtually exploded since the real estate bubble busted in the mid 2000s. Sales of delinquent property have grown by over 200 percent in just the last 5 years. One expert is helping beginning and advanced investors learn the secrets of how to buy tax liens and tax deeds in a new free report. Ted Thomas, America’s Tax Lien Expert, has just finished his new report available here for free download. This report reveals all the insider secrets that a person can use to buy and sell tax lien certificates to earn a substantial real estate income.

The real estate industry is one that is currently going through lean times for homeowners, but helping to build higher incomes for investors. The real estate data company Zillow has released a new report stating that real estate investment properties have grown over 20 percent in 2012. Average American families are now more interested in owning real estate than they were in the last decade. Part of the surge in earning real estate income is the appreciation value of a property. The average property appreciates as high as 15 percent each year based on the assessed value of the home.

Profits that are reported by some buyers and sellers of tax lien and tax deed certificates have a range of 8 to 36 percent. Most states regulate the minimum and maximum amount of interest that can be charged to a delinquent property holder. One of the factors that draws more people into owning a tax lien or deed is the guaranteed return on investment. The interest that is payable to the lien holder is guaranteed by the federal government. The IRS frequently forecloses on property that is as little as 60 days up to 24 months over due in property and federal taxes.

Real estate investors that are starting out might find that purchasing investment property is too expensive. Even with turnkey property companies offering discounts, most homeowners might find it difficult to put together the 20 to 30 percent down payment now required by most lenders. The national allure of tax lien investing is one that remains strong due to little to no startup costs. High foreclosure states like Michigan, Las Vegas, Florida and Arizona are attracting investors in every U.S. state. The how to buy tax liens report written by Ted Thomas is designed exclusively for those that want to get started in real estate without making a traditional investment in a property.

About America’s Tax Lien Expert, Ted Thomas

Ted Thomas has taught the world’s elite real estate investors for the past 20 years. Ted’s unique teaching style skips most of the theory-laden real estate jargon and jumps right into how to make money instantly. Anyone with zero real estate experience can learn how to buy tax liens and property deeds at auction with expert training that Ted provides. Ted's informative website is offered free to the public to provide an online resource for new and experienced tax lien investors. Ted Thomas is an in-demand public speaker and has taught thousands of workshops in his 20-year real estate career.

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