Tax Deed Sale Bidders (Money Wasters!)

Tax Deed Sale Bidders Kill Each Others Profits

Ha, Ha, I Wasted More Money than You!

Will These Tax Deed Sale Bidders Kill Each Others’ Profit?

At least these tax deed sale bidders can laugh about it!

Apparently, Don Hecht and Jim Dietz of North Dakota have run into each other before at tax deed sales, and helped each other pay more for properties at the sale.

In a recent article in the Grand Forks Herald, several bargain properties were bid up to several times their original starting bid.

A property starting at $6,070 was bid up to $24,000. A house in Manvel, ND started at an amazingly low $1329 and ended up at $8,000.

Another notable property in the sale was a 160-acre tillable farm that sold for $65,000. All to tax deed sale bidders who paid something approaching retail price for these properties.

I think it’s safe to say that if we had gotten in front of any of the former owners of these properties, we would have had a great chance at a decent payday. And this is in North Dakota!

The article went on to mention that the length of time of tax delinquency before tax sale in North Dakota has recently been reduced from 5 years to 3 years, and all properties on this sale were only 3 years delinquent.

In my article “Tax Deed Sales – A Way to Get Good Property?”, I describe the main disadvantage of tax deed sales – competitive bidding. This bidding almost always turns great buys into mediocre or even terrible buys.

This is all thanks to multiple tax deed sale bidders. But bidding at tax deed sales can be very good for us. Tax deed sale bidders creates “overbids” that are often due to the owner who lost the property, when they compete for properties.

We make a very good living locating and collecting those surplus funds for the owners who lost their properties. Most don’t know about the money and wouldn’t have the first clue how to collect it.

Did you think that Tax Deed Sales Create An Unexpected Profit Source, for tax sale bidders? Nope, it creates an opportunity for you.

Unfortunately, North Dakota doesn’t want to share and they do not let the owner get his surplus.

The county forecloses tax delinquent properties completely, without public bid, THEN auctions them off once the county is the owner!

Now why didn’t I think of that?

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