Do you believe the Government will look after YOU when you Retire?
Before I started investing in the States, I took a number of courses in the US, purchased CD’s and Videos, and then tried to implement what they said I should do – it didn’t work – they just did not tell me the whole story! I made my fortune in property through my own skill and business experience. Now I wish to share the secrets I have learned with people who want to make the most of these amazing investment opportunities.
So, you may be asking, who invests in these Tax Lien Certificates. Have you ever heard of Robert Kiyosaki?
I am sure some of you have for he’s most famous for Rich Dad, Poor Dad and I bet some of you have even read the book too. Also, I would be willing to bet that you either missed the following, or read it, didn’t understand it, and completely ignored it.
Not just theory but real live,
practical, hands-on training!
What you are about to read are some amazing money making methods – most of which you will never have heard of. However, by researching the internet you will see they are very real and that there are a great many seminars/ebooks out there. So what makes me different? By attending my Training Event you will be ACTUALLY doing what you will be reading about below. Yes, you will be buying Tax Liens without having to leave the UK.
Most people learn about investment strategies from various sources eg, Banks, Newspapers (printing adverts from banks / financial institutions), Financial Advisors, friends etc. However, there is a HUGE secret that very few people know about, but one in which the very wealthy have been investing in. What’s the secret?
There are several reasons why buying Tax Liens are great investments:
- The lien is a Government lien, and because of this it becomes a Primary lien on the property. What this means is that it goes ahead of all liens (apart from Federal liens)
- The penalty interest is anything from 8% – 50%
- If a bank forecloses on a property the tax lien stays and still has to be paid off
- If the property owner/vested party fails to pay the tax lien in the redemption period, you can foreclose on the property
Absolutely! These are US Local Government run auctions.