If you missed Part 1: When Taxes Put a Homeowner in Foreclosure: Part 1
To get a feeling for what to look for when dealing with any particular county you may be interested in, check out the following websites: Montgomery County, TX, Durham County, NC, Whatcom County, WA, King County, WA
Although foreclosure is a process conducted at the county level, sometimes the state even publishes the basic procedures by which states foreclose under the state’s own foreclosure law. Take for example, the State of Oregon.
For a full explanation of everything an investor or would-be home buyer needs to know to purchase tax foreclosure properties in Oregon.
All it takes is some research on the Internet to locate tax foreclosures in most areas of the country. The best part of purchasing a tax foreclosure is finding one that can be bought for pennies on the dollar compared to the more traditional way of buying a home or the more common ways of hunting for a bargain through foreclosure.
When you look at the local county websites one thing you notice, for the most part, is there are fewer homes listed than you would normally see on a foreclosure website since fewer homes go to foreclosure for unpaid taxes than for mortgage default.
So, the downside then of purchasing a tax foreclosure property is locating them in the first place. Even then, like with other types of real estate auctions the toughest part is being the successful bidder — if you decide to participate in the auction — and instead making sure you walk away with the confidence that you got a good deal.
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