Tax Lien States and Tax Deed States

On this page you will find links to state tax lien certificates, tax deeds and hybrid deeds summaries. These summaries include, statute mandated interest rates, redemption periods and other important tax sale information.

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Click on the state from the map above to learn more about a particular state's process for handling delinquent property taxes.

You'll learn whether it is a tax lien certificate, tax deed, the interest rate, the penalty rate, the bidding process, the length of the redemption period and more.

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