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- n. lien of which a tax collector may avail himself in default of taxes (analogous to a judgment lien)
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Before you go to a tax lien or liened-property sale, examine the property, neighborhood, and courthouse records.
By calling your local taxing authority, you can obtain the local rules and procedures governing the sale of tax lien certificates or tax-liened properties in your area.
Using investment strategies such as mutual funds, Money Movement, discounted mortgages, and tax lien certificates covered later in the book, you will soon be doubling your money every four to five years, even starting with only 10% out of every paycheck.
To help you get started, the chart at the end of this chapter lists the government agencies that sell tax lien certificates or tax-liened properties.