California Tax Auctions - Posted by n2nvesting

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California Tax Auctions - Posted by n2nvesting

Posted by n2nvesting on May 01, 2002 at 12:14:45:


A local county is having an auction for defaulted propterty taxes. Does anyone have experience with dealing with these? What are the pros and cons??


Re: California Tax Auctions - Posted by Ronald * Starr(in No CA)

Posted by Ronald * Starr(in No CA) on May 01, 2002 at 15:49:16:

N 2 Nvesting–(CA)--------------

I have specialized in buying properties on the county tax sales in CA and elsewhere. Are you talking about the Madera sale? Or Stanislaus? I have been to the Stanislaus sale, never been to the Madera sale.

I suggest that you search the archive on this Main bulletinboard for the CREONLINE.COM site. You will find over 400 posts if you put in tax sale. And over 300 for tax lien. I have written a couple of long posts giving suggestions on investing in tax sale properties. I have written one within the last month. There is a lot to say and I don’t have time today to repeat it all. Search my name if you like, but there will be so many posts you may have trouble finding ones on CA tax sales.

Good Investing***Ron Starr

Re: California Tax Auctions - Posted by TX Rae

Posted by TX Rae on May 01, 2002 at 19:57:26:

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