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Corporate Tech Gift Ideas for Colleagues
August 08, 2016 11:47PM
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If the owner of the property pays the overdue amount within the designated time period, the winning bidder will receive his or her investment, plus the allowable amount of interest. The return can typically be around ten or twelve percent, but can get substantially higher in some states. Suppose, for example, the homeowner owes $1,000 to the state, and your winning bid is $5,000. If the owner pays his obligation by the deadline, he will owe a 10 percent penalty, or $550. Then, he must pay 10 percent of the difference between the amount of your bid and the amount of the obligation. Your bid was $4,000 more than was owed, so the homeowner must pay an additional $400. You will not only receive back your initial bid investment ($5,000) as well as the other $400.

However, if the owner does not fulfill his or her obligation to the state, you can then file a lawsuit claiming title to the property. While this process can take a great deal of time and be extremely complex, if you are successful you will then take over ownership.

During the process of a delinquent sale, there are a couple of potential pitfalls that you will want to avoid.
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