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Hi this is Julia M Spencer real estate advisor investor and enthusiast and we are parked here in front of this house right here I don't want to get out because I really don't want to bother the inhabitants right now somebody's living there but this is one of the houses that I purchased a few months ago at a tax lien foreclosure tax lien foreclosures are a subject that I go into very big details into in my educational recordings on my website at wwlp.com so a little bit background about this house this house per the tax record as of April 2022 is listed as being worth fifty nine thousand dollars it's about forty thousand dollars for the structure and about twenty thousand dollars for the piece of land that it sits on it's about a quarter acre it's um it's a decent sized house I don't exactly know the layout inside because I've never been there and that's kind of like what you get into when you buy tax lien foreclosures you can't really go inside and check them out and see what's going on in there but right now this house is sitting in the legal process over year where I can't really do anything to it I can't touch it I can't kick the inhabitants out and I can't collect rent or anything like that I'm just kind of waiting to see if they pay me back or not if the owner should choose to pay me back the money that I paid for the sheriff state that are god they would have to pay me what I have paid plus 20% if the waiting period goes even just one day over one year they would have to pay me 30% so either way I'm either going to get my money back or I'm gonna get the house which is worth $60,000 it looks as you can see it looks like it needs some repair there's some trash on the front it basically in general it looks like it's not been kept up very well which leads me to think basically that the people don't have money to fix it don't have money to pay their taxes don't have money probably to pay for the insurance so there's going to be some repairs to be and it's going to be fixer-upper but I'm going to tell you why I bought this house for this house right here I paid $1400 that's it that's all you need to get started in real estate investing $1,400 in this house is worth fifty nine thousand dollars this might not be very pretty yet I probably wouldn't live in it the way it is but if you look in the rest of the street it's a cul-de-sac almost and there's a couple of really brand-new houses down the street over there so this is this is a good buy for me and I'm really excited to see what's.

FAQ

Does an IRS tax lien on a property expire after 10 years?
Generally, yes. However, there are a number of situations or events that will extend the 10-year collection period. For example, a bankruptcy filing would suspend the running of the 10-years. Likewise, if you are out of the country for a period of time (over 6 months, I believe), the 10 years is out on hold. On the other hand, if the tax assessment is turned into a judgment, then the 10-year limit disappears.
How long does the IRS have redemption rights if a property sold at a tax sale had an IRS lien?
Property tax liens generally come before ALL other liens, mortgages, etc. Further the IRS does not generally avail itself of any redemption rights.A client of mine’s mother foreclosed on a mortgage covering a parcel of property owned by the client that attached before an IRS lien • the IRS made no attempt to redeem. The mother made off like a bandit (her mortgage was about $100K and the property worth $300K) since the IRS Lien came in front of all other liens but hers the other creditors went away.
How can I do an IRS tax lien search?
Hello there,While you might not be able to get to the county courthouse, you do have access to the Internet. The good news is that many states now have online systems for accessing certain recorded or filed documents.While we don’t know what state and county you live in, if you are looking to see if the IRS has filed a tax lien against you or your home, there are several possible ways to find out that information.The first way to see if a tax lien is filed specifically against your home is to review the recorded document history for your home. Usually, IRS lien documents are filed at the state level and they may be filed at your county level as well.If you are looking at the state level, the Secretary of State for the state where you live may have a website that allows you to search a database and see if your name is on it. While it’s a bit much to describe the method used in each state, you can probably do a web search for your state and also search “IRS tax liens” at the same time.Once you find the place to search at the state level, you can then see if your name is on the list. Then, you can move to your county level and see if the specific records for your locality show that the IRS lien has been filed against your property.Each state’s search process and each state’s method for filing IRS tax liens may differ slightly. The essence will remain the same. The IRS can file a general tax lien against you to give third parties notice of a claim the IRS has against you. Then, the IRS can file a specific lien against your property to make sure that possible buyers of your assets are put on notice of the right the IRS has against your real estate.Before investing in residential or commercial property, ask our team of professionals to remove your uncertainty by conducting a lien records search. A lien search will determine if a state or federal tax collection agencies have placed a lien on the property. A lien indicates that the owner may owe back taxes on the property, and until these taxes are paid, the owner may not be able to sell the property. While you can offer to pay back taxes as part of the sale price, it is best to carefully consider your options as the amount owed may not justify your financial investment in the property.Contact Riverway Title insurance for lien search, title insurance, paperless closer, limited title search.For more detail: Texas title company, TX Real Estate Agents | Riverway TitleThank You!! Hope this helps.
For taxes, does one have to fill out a federal IRS form and a state IRS form?
No, taxes are handled separately between state and federal governments in the United States.The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) is a federal, not  state agency.You will be required to fill out the the necessary tax documentation for your federal income annually and submit them to the IRS by April 15th of that year. You can receive extensions for this, but you have to apply for those extensions.As far as state taxes go, 41 states require you to fill out an income tax return annually. They can either mail you those forms or they be downloaded from online. They are also available for free at various locations around the state.Nine states have no tax on personal income, so there is no need to fill out a state tax return unless you are a business owner.Reference:www.irs.gov
How much do you have to owe in property taxes, before they put a lien on a house?
In most of the United States it's not how much but rather how long, but that depends on each state.Once you owe 3 years of back taxes, the county will usually sell your property at a tax auction, although the specific procedures which jurisdictions will use vary and are usually specified by each state.For example, Jefferson County in state of Colorado places a tax lien on every property owing taxes on January 1st of each year. The county then holds an annual tax sale in October where it sells the liens to investors. The property owner has 3 years to redeem the tax lien before the investor can apply for treasurer's deed on the property (basically a tax foreclosure).Edit:I didn't even consider personal (income) taxes in my original answer and apparently IRS also has the power to place a tax lien or legally seize property for unpaid back taxes in the States, but again I don't believe there is a specific threshold.
How can I find out if a person has a federal tax lien against them or their property?
The best method to find out if a person has a federal tax lien against their property is to call the IRS Centralized Lien Unit toll free number at (800) 913-6050. Customer care members will attend the call and clarify your queries. Another method to find the tax lien is to access the county accessor website.  Most websites have these details in public. You can also visit the local assessor's office to get detailed reports. The easiest way is to search yourself on the IRS official website. Goto IRS Website, select Get a Transcript and then click Account Transcript. If the property has a federal tax lien, then the details will be listed there along with the date issued.
If you buy a foreclosure property with an IRS tax lien, what are the chances of the IRS trying to reclaim?
No chance of a problem with the IRS - if done correctly.You should not buy the house without proof from the IRS that the lien is settled. Your closing attorney should be very aware of steps to take.DO NOT do this without an attorney to do the title work.
Estate Law and Wills: What is the date on which a property is considered inherited for US IRS tax purposes?
What is the purpose of your first question? If you inherit property on the death of someone else via probate or trust, then if you have  vested interest, meaning no conditions placed on the inheritance, you've inherited as of the date of death.  All property is valued at it's fair market value of the date of death.For your second question, you can legally disclaim an inheritance within nine months of date of death without any gift tax issues.  There are several requirements for a qualified disclaimer, one of which is that it must pass to the next person in line for the property, i.e., you don't get to choose. If you choose where it goes, there is gift tax.
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