TX TLCs - Posted by Craig

Posted by Bud Branstetter on November 10, 1998 at 08:22:49:

Texas is not a certificate state. The sheriff’s deed to the property goes to the highest bidder on the court house steps. Best advise- read the property code and go there on the first tuesday of the month. The sheriff’s deputy normally stands by the bulletin board on the west side of the south entrance at the top of the stairs. In the past you could buy tax property for 25 to 40% nowdays they are running much higher. Each one is its own story, including some that you don’t buy. A little long to go into here.

TX TLCs - Posted by Craig

Posted by Craig on November 09, 1998 at 19:09:09:

I am considering purchasing tax lien certificates in the san antonio texas area. I was wondering if anyone has had any first hand experiences/stories/information that they would like to share. (sale procedure, # of participants, pitfalls etc. . .)

Thanks in advance

Re: TX TLCs - Posted by Ben

Posted by Ben on November 10, 1998 at 18:30:29:

Check out taxsales.com for information on each states procedures re:tlc’s. (Don’t worry
J.P. I have no affiliation with it therefore it does not
violate your almighty trivial and trite advertising policy)