New Brunswick New Jersey Tax Lien Certificates

The collection of real estate taxes for properties located in New Brunswick New Jersey is a major priority for the Middlesex County New Jersey Tax Collector. Real estate taxes fund local services such as public education, police protection and medical services.

Delinquent property taxes create a serious cash-flow problem for Middlesex County New Jersey. If Middlesex County New Jersey is unable to collect property taxes, they are also unable to fund important government services like police protection, public schooling, and emergency medical services.

Without the tax revenue generated from real estate located in New Brunswick New Jersey, Middlesex County New Jersey would literally go bankrupt.

To solve this cash-flow problem, Middlesex County New Jersey allows investors to come in and pay off a portion of these delinquent property taxes.

In return, Middlesex County New Jersey gives investors New Jersey tax lien certificates. A tax lien certificate is a document indicating ownership of a real estate tax lien. A tax lien is simply a claim for taxes.

An New Jersey tax lien certificate transfers all the rights that come with being the owner of the real estate tax lien from Middlesex County New Jersey to the investor.

When you buy tax lien certificates in New Jersey, you are paying someone else's delinquent property taxes. What's more, New Jersey actually gives you the right to receive all of the tax money due - including fees, high interest, and penalties.

To encourage delinquent owners to pay their past-due property taxes, the state of New Jersey charges up to 18% per annum on the amount paid to satisfy the delinquent taxes, which is passed directly to the tax lien certificate purchaser.

Everyone is happy, Middlesex County New Jersey gets their money and you get a real estate secured, high-yielding return on your investment.

For "risk-sensitive" investors New Jersey tax lien certificates are the ideal investment. Basically, you are investing your money with Middlesex County New Jersey and when the Middlesex County New Jersey Tax Collector collects the past due taxes, they send you a check, returning what you paid to purchase the New Jersey tax lien certificate plus penalties, interest, and/or late fees.

New Jersey tax lien certificates are safe in several ways. They are safe because the rise and fall of interest rates has no effect on New Jersey tax lien certificates. Unlike the stock market, interest rates on New Jersey tax lien certificates are mandated by New Jersey law.

In addition, New Jersey tax lien certificates are secured by real estate. So if you do not receive what you paid to purchase the New Jersey tax lien certificate plus interest and/or penalties within the law mandated redemption period, then by law Middlesex County New Jersey has the legal right to give you the property - debt free with no mortgage!

So in review, there are two ways you can profit; either you will get what you paid to satisfy the delinquent property taxes PLUS a profit rate up to 18% per annum, or Middlesex County New Jersey has the legal right to give you the property - debt free with no mortgage!

Once you own the property you can do whatever you like; sell it for huge profit checks, rent it for monthly cash-flow, or if you like, even move in with no mortgage payment. The choice is yours, the property belongs to you.

As with all investments, there is always an element of risk. Even if the interest rates are written into New Jersey law, mandated by New Jersey law, and are regulated by New Jersey law, there is a chance of you losing part or all of your investment. You must always try to get the best education and practice safe investing, no matter which investment vehicle you choose.

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Cities located in Middlesex County

The following is a list of cities and towns located in Middlesex County New Jersey.

Tax Lien Certificates for properties located in the following cities are sold at the Middlesex County New Jersey tax sale.

Town/City:  Population: 
Avenel, NJ  14,263
Carteret, NJ  20,709
Colonia, NJ  17,993
Cranbury, NJ  10,186
Dayton, NJ  7,472
E Brunswick, NJ  45,560
E Windsor, NJ  10,186
East Brunswick, NJ  45,560
East Windsor, NJ  10,186
Edison, NJ  97,653
Fords, NJ  11,649
Helmetta, NJ  1,825
Highland Park, NJ  13,999
Hopelawn, NJ  49,417
Iselin, NJ  16,358
Jamesburg, NJ  34,377
Keasbey, NJ  2,968
Kendall Park, NJ  11,867
Laurence Harbor, NJ  21,962
Laurence Hbr, NJ  21,962
Menlo Park, NJ  14,652
Metuchen, NJ  15,726
Middlesex, NJ  13,717
Milltown, NJ  8,460
Monmouth Jct, NJ  13,571
Monmouth Junction, NJ  13,571
Monroe, NJ  34,377
Monroe Township, NJ  34,377
Monroe Twp, NJ  34,377
Morgan, NJ  21,962
N Brunswick, NJ  36,851
New Brunswick, NJ  99,468
North Brunswick, NJ  36,851
Old Bridge, NJ  36,014
Parlin, NJ  19,971
Perth Amboy, NJ  61,066
Piscataway, NJ  50,527
Plainsboro, NJ  17,778
Port Reading, NJ  3,696
S Plainfield, NJ  21,799
Sayreville, NJ  18,833
Sewaren, NJ  2,781
South Amboy, NJ  21,962
South Brunswick, NJ  7,472
South Plainfield, NJ  21,799
South River, NJ  15,322
Spotswood, NJ  7,880
West Carteret, NJ  20,709
Woodbridge, NJ  20,704

Counties located in New Jersey

The following is a list of counties located in the state of New Jersey.

Tax Lien Certificates for properties located in the following counties are sold at New Jersey county tax sales.

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County / Municipality:  Population: 
Atlantic County, NJ  252,552
Bergen County, NJ  884,118
Burlington County, NJ  423,394
Camden County, NJ  508,932
Cape May County, NJ  102,326
Cumberland County, NJ  146,438
Essex County, NJ  793,633
Gloucester County, NJ  254,673
Hudson County, NJ  608,975
Hunterdon County, NJ  121,989
Mercer County, NJ  350,761
Middlesex County, NJ  750,162
Monmouth County, NJ  615,301
Morris County, NJ  470,212
Ocean County, NJ  510,916
Passaic County, NJ  489,049
Salem County, NJ  64,285
Somerset County, NJ  297,490
Sussex County, NJ  144,166
Union County, NJ  522,541
Warren County, NJ  102,437

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