July 25, 2017

Basics of Tax Liens

Tax liens can be a great alternative form of investment, but as most investors discover, it takes devotion and hard work.  If it were as simple as “Buy and Profit,” it wouldn’t be the so called “little known investment secret nobody is telling you about.”  The principals of The PIP Group have been investing in tax liens for over 20 years.  

A client favorite has always been Illinois, due to their aggressive penalties and potential profit on redemption.  In the state of Illinois, you can earn as much as 36% per year (up to 3 years) on your redeemed liens.  This video will provide you with  the basic of tax liens, as well as examples as to why Illinois has always been a client favorite.

About the author 

Charles Sells

Charles Sells is the founder and CEO of The PIP Group, a turnkey service provider that focuses on investments in distressed real estate assets including tax liens, tax deeds, traditional foreclosures, fix-and-flips and long-term cash flow acquisitions. He has been involved in tax lien investing for over 20 years, during which time The PIP Group has grown to become one of the largest agencies of its kind with nearly 1,000 individual and institutional investors worldwide.

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