Frederick, Maryland – LewisMcDaniels, a full-service law firm, founded by Ryan Lewis and Nick McDaniels, announces 5 things to consider when investing in tax liens through a Maryland tax sale. This guide will assist the investor in all steps necessary to protecting and maximizing a tax lien investment from seeking redemption payment including interest and expenses to possibly obtaining title to the property.
This guide has been put up by experienced Maryland tax sale attorneys to help anyone who is thinking about investing in a tax sale.
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Benefits to Investors in Investing in a Tax Lien or Tax Sale Property in Maryland
• Allows investors to support local governments in the provision of services to citizens by the payment of property taxes which would otherwise go unpaid.
• Allows investors a significant return on investment through the collection of interest.
• Allows investors to move forward with the foreclosure process, with limited risk, as expenses must be reimbursed.
• Allows investors to potentially obtain title to properties at a fraction of the cost through the tax lien foreclosure process.
• Allows investors an opportunity to invest in Real Estate with a lower barrier to entry than other methods, and with a substantial return on investment.
LewisMcDaniels and Mission
LewisMcDaniels is proud to be a full-service law firm committed to excellence for individuals, families, and businesses alike. They are committed to thinking outside the box for their clients, using their experience and passion to craft creative and effective documents and arguments to advance our clients’ positions.
Get in touch with LewisMcDaniels' team of experienced and professional Maryland tax lien attorneys to get started on any tax lien needs in Maryland. Call LewisMcDaniels at 301-818-0405.