Thanks Jake, my bad. Well now I have to research Tax Liens vs. Tax Deeds :- Guess I will do that now. So you wouldn't be responsible for the Property Tax payments if the residents didn't want it and you had the deed?
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Or you were just saying other than that you wouldn't have to make any other payments? Well the primary plan would be to sell the property before the end of the year, and if that didn't happen, then I would have to pay the property taxes on the land until i do sell it, or if I stop paying then it would be reclaimed by the government and put up for auction once again.
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All All. The Seminole County Clerk operates at the county or local level to maintain public records for their jurisdiction. In addition to keeping Seminole County vital records, Clerk Offices also preserve a number of property-related records such as quit claim deeds.
These records include information about property title transfers that do not involve the sale of the property, including adding or removing a spouse from a title, transferring property to children, or other ownership transfers in Seminole County Florida.
Seminole County Quit claim deeds list information about the people involved in the transfer and the property. Clerks provide access to many of their records online. The Seminole County Town or City Hall is an executive office that provides municipal services for a town or city.
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Town and City Halls often maintain important records for their jurisdiction, including property-related documents like Seminole County quit claim deeds. These deeds provide information on property title transfers where the property is not being sold, such as adding or removing a spouse from a title, transferring property to children, or other ownership transfers in Seminole County Florida.
Quit claim deeds list details about the people making the transfer and the Seminole County property itself. I am currently trying to learn everything I can about tax deeds for vacant lots and I want to observe at least 1 auction before I commit to bidding just to get a better feel for what the properties are truly worth. Go to the county clerk of court site. They will have links to the online auctions, both Mtg foreclosure and tax deed auctions.
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Jake Ebanks. I found this awesome website, which I think it the website for the software company and they have links to all the sites that use their online bidding - I know they have Orange County on there:. Can I ask you a question? I was just looking at Orange County yesterday and there are SO many vacant lots on there. So I get the concept behind them - my question is - I guess until someone wants that land, or if you actually want that land, you will be holding that Lien and I guess if you want to be able to foreclose - you have to keep paying the tax yourself - and even if you DO foreclose and own it - then you have to pay the taxes until you are ready to use it for something or sell it to someone.
But there is so much land, not sure what the demand would be unless you see something there others don't. It is all worth something, folks are walking away.
We typically only wanted interest but have been given some great properties over the yesrs. Thanks for all the input. And to answer your question Steven Steiner, I would be purchasing a tax deed, not a tax lien, and my exit strategy would be to go the the homeowners near the property and see if they are interested in buying the vacant lot next door. After that, to the best of my knowledge, I won't have to make anymore payments. Thanks Jake, my bad. Well now I have to research Tax Liens vs.
Tax Deeds :- Guess I will do that now. So you wouldn't be responsible for the Property Tax payments if the residents didn't want it and you had the deed?