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Tax liens vary from county to county. My advice, go to your county court house/city hall/registrar/whatever they have where you are from. Ask them to mail you 1) the date of thenext schedualed auction 2) a written copy of the rules of the auction. Attend the auction and ask questions of the people you meet there. What you will find is that most of the bidders are there to protect their junior liens. The 18% yields you see the 'crooks' on TV talking about are not the norm. I have even seen negative interest rates.
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