This section of Real Investment has the potential to be a very profitable investment vehicle. However, few investors know about it or fully understand how to properly invest and maximize returns. Whether you are a seasoned investor or just getting started, Canus Inc can help and guide you to becoming a successful Tax Lien/Deed Investor. As is true with any investment, to be successful in Tax lien/Deed investment you have to know what to do and how to play the game. Knowing the rules of tax lien investing is very important to avoid potential pitfalls which can lead to lower profit or loss of your investment. Canus Inc. can provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to be an informed and profitable tax lien/Deed investor. In addition to providing you with the tools and education needed to succeed in Tax Lien investments, we can also assist you with the investment process by performing the following services for you:

  • Provide you with a list of tax lien and Tax deed Properties that are available in the state/County you want to invest in on a weekly or monthly basis (depending on subscription type)
  • Perform property research for you and advise you of which properties to invest in or not to invest
  • Attend the live tax lien auctions on your behalf (any state)
  • Perform property management services for existing or recently acquired real-estate
  • Assist with the creation of a real estate investment company in the U.S

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Here is some basic information regarding Tax lien Certificates and Tax deeds:

 A Tax Lien Certificate is a first position lien on real estate due to delinquent property taxes. Once property taxes on a property are one year delinquent, the county government is going to offer a tax lien certificate on the property. Tax lien certificates pay fixed rates of returns of 8% to 36% interest per year depending on which county you’re investing in. The price of the tax lien certificate is the amount of one years back taxes and penalties, and therefore can range in price from under $100, to hundreds of thousands of dollars

The tax lien certificate investment is secured by the property, similar to a mortgage, except by law, a tax lien certificate takes priority over a mortgage

Tax lien VS Tax Deed:

Roughly half the states in the United States offer Tax Lien Certificates and about half offer Tax Deeds. Both options offer very lucrative investment opportunities for the informed and knowledgeable investor.

How does the process work?

When you acquire a tax lien certificate, by law, you are now thefirstposition lien holder on record. In other words what you did was pay the delinquent tax bill, and in return you received a Tax Lien Certificate. When the delinquent property taxes are paid, you receive all of your original investment back, plus the guaranteed high interest rate (16% or 18% or 36%) depending on state and county you invested in.

Right of redemption:

Each state has what’s called a redemption period, or grace period in which the delinquent property taxes must be paid by the owner. The redemption period can range from 6 months to 3 years depending on which state and county you’re investing in.

If the delinquent property taxes are not paid within the specified redemption period, then the property will be taken through a judicial process often referred to as a property tax foreclosure sale. Once this process is complete, the tax lien certificate investor will receive the deed to the property free and clear with no mortgage.

Bringing home the beacon: How do you make money?

When investors conduct proper due diligence, and acquire tax lien certificates on the right types of properties, there can only be one of two outcomes: 1. the tax lien certificate redeems, and the investor receives all of their money back plus 18%, or 24% or 36% interest, 2. the tax lien certificate does not redeem, and the investor receives a free and clear deed to the property with no mortgage for literally pennies on the dollar.

For more information on Tax Lien certificates and tax deeds, please visit our Forum for frequently asked questions and answers

Ok, what are my risks?

The following are the most common risk factors are: IRS liens, Bankruptcy, condemned structures, environmental issues, unusable lands, undesirable neighborhoods, industrial properties, and worthless properties.  Ironically, these are the same risk factors you would face when buying your own home whether it be a primary residence or vacation home.

 

Although these risk factors exist, with proper due diligence, and/or with the help our services each of these risk factors can easily be avoided.

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