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  1. DoNotWait
    November 30, 2010

    Are tax liens valid in Canada? I think it’s worth thinking about it.

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    • Kevin
      November 30, 2010

      I believe so but it something to look into

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      • DoNotWait
        December 3, 2010

        @Kevin,
        Ok thank’s for the info! If anyone else already knows, please instruct me!

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  2. Early Retirement Extreme
    November 30, 2010

    No experience, willing to learn.
    The main problem is that procedures and regulations sometimes vary from county to county. It requires more footwork than most other types of investments, except maybe real estate.

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  3. Evan
    November 30, 2010

    I’d love some specifics – where do you search for these tax liens? Do you need a broker? etc.

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    • Kevin
      November 30, 2010

      It’s pretty much all in person but some states do have the auctions online. It varies so much that the best place to ask is your county courthouse.

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  4. Jacob
    December 3, 2010

    This is the real truth. Everybody can but not everyone will earn money on the internet. While the least educated person can ask a lot of useful information in such texts as the one in this post. Very nice article – thank you.

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  5. federal tax liens
    June 17, 2011

    Rules and regulations for tax liens differ in every state. It is important that before putting up an investment you need to study and understand these rules in order not to encounter problems in purchasing properties that are auctioned.

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  6. David Bingham
    August 28, 2012

    I have two friends who are using this method of investment. One who recently received a property for under $500. And another has made $20,000 off a $5,000 investment. He said it best like this, “I wouldn’t expect a major return. Especially at first, but once you’ve developed a system. You can get great returns.” It can require a lot of homework to get that system working for you.

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