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Tax Lien$ Paperback – March 22, 2005
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"Required reading" for anyone who has, or plans to invest in tax liens. "The" Book on this subject. -- Steven Yeskell, Certified Financial Planner & C.P.A.
The most useful and focused work I've seen on tax lien investing in New Jersey. -- Jay Wolfkind, Tax Lien and Real Estate Investor
Written by a leading NJ tax lien attorney, this book clearly and effectively summarizes New Jersey tax lien investing. -- Myron Weinstein, Esq., former Chief of the N.J. Foreclosure Unit of the Superior Court, and President of Garden State legal Services
About the Author
Michael Pellegrino is a New Jersey attorney who has focused his law practice on municipal tax liens and related litigation. He has foreclosed thousands of tax liens for private investors and municipalities, and he has handled several landmark tax lien cases. He has published many articles and he regularly lectures on this subject for the New Jersey Bar Association, investment clubs, and other organizations.
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However, I'd advise tax lien investors to avoid investing in New Jersey tax liens unless you're local and have a commitment to complete the due diligence necessary to make your investment worthwhile. My tax lien fund (Garden State Tax Liens) only invests in NJ because we have the dedicated staff to research, bid and monitor our investments. It is a highly decentralized auction process (all 566 municipalities hold their own outcry/live auction annually). Towns auction wetlands, parcels with easements, contaminated properties, land-locked parcels that are inaccessible, and other properties that have "challenges" that could render your investment worthless. It is also a capital intensive investment process, where you have to be prepared to spend 3-4 times your initial investment to stay in a first priority position prior to redemption. I know to an outsider New Jersey may look like an attractive state, but "Caveat emptor!" (i.e., buyer beware).
But if someone wants to get into the lien business in NJ, you need to start by reading this book.