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Purchasing a Tax Lien Certificate

Acquiring property through a tax lien auction can be a wise, low-cost method for gaining investment property. However, winning a bid on a tax lien property is just the first of many detailed steps to owning the property. After purchasing a Tax Lien Certificate for a property, you must obtain a court decree foreclosing the right of redemption, prepare a deed, pay all liens accrued on the property, and record the deed in land records before you finally become the title owner of the property. This foreclosure process is detail-oriented and time-sensitive, and you need a sharp understanding of Maryland's tax-property statutes to promptly comply with these requirements. From the initial case filing to the final recordation of the new deed in land records, Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A. can walk you through each step of the tax sale process and ensure that liens are paid, that filings meet their deadlines, and that you

Redeeming a Property From Tax Sale

Our thorough understanding of the tax sale process also serves to help those clients on the other side of the process. If you have received notice that your property may be sold due to unpaid taxes, you still have many options to keep your property. A property owner can redeem the property at any time until the Judgment Foreclosing Rights of Redemption is granted by the Court. Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A. can obtain the redemption figures and help you keep your property.

To schedule an appointment, please call 410-625-0100. We represent clients in Maryland and Washington, D.C.

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