Okmulgee Oklahoma Tax Lien Certificates

The collection of real estate taxes for properties located in Okmulgee Oklahoma is a major priority for the Okmulgee County Oklahoma 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 Okmulgee County Oklahoma. If Okmulgee County Oklahoma 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 Okmulgee Oklahoma, Okmulgee County Oklahoma would literally go bankrupt.

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

In return, Okmulgee County Oklahoma gives investors Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma tax lien certificate transfers all the rights that come with being the owner of the real estate tax lien from Okmulgee County Oklahoma to the investor.

When you buy tax lien certificates in Oklahoma, you are paying someone else's delinquent property taxes. What's more, Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma charges up to 8% per annum on the amount paid to satisfy the delinquent taxes, which is passed directly to the tax lien certificate purchaser.

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

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

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

In addition, Oklahoma tax lien certificates are secured by real estate. So if you do not receive what you paid to purchase the Oklahoma tax lien certificate plus interest and/or penalties within the law mandated redemption period, then by law Okmulgee County Oklahoma 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 8% per annum, or Okmulgee County Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma law, mandated by Oklahoma law, and are regulated by Oklahoma 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.

Okmulgee Oklahoma Discussion

Below you will find a collection of the latest user questions and comments relating to Tax Lien Certificates on tax-delinquent property located in Okmulgee Oklahoma.

Type your question or comment using the form below:

 

comments powered by Disqus
There are currently 0 comments to display.

Click here to post your question
 

Cities located in Okmulgee County

The following is a list of cities and towns located in Okmulgee County Oklahoma.

Tax Lien Certificates for properties located in the following cities are sold at the Okmulgee County Oklahoma tax sale.

Town/City:  Population: 
Beggs, OK  4,154
Boynton, OK  799
Coalton, OK  10,425
Dewar, OK  1,046
Grayson, OK  10,425
Henryetta, OK  10,425
Hoffman, OK  10,425
Morris, OK  2,668
Mounds, OK  6,632
Nuyaka, OK  17,900
Okmulgee, OK  17,900
Preston, OK  185
Salem, OK  10,425
Schulter, OK  484
Spelter City, OK  10,425
Twin Hills, OK  17,900

Counties located in Oklahoma

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

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

Learn more about each county's individual tax sale process by clicking on the name of the county for which you are interested from the list below:

County / Municipality:  Population: 
Adair County, OK  21,038
Alfalfa County, OK  6,105
Atoka County, OK  13,879
Beaver County, OK  5,857
Beckham County, OK  19,799
Blaine County, OK  11,976
Bryan County, OK  36,534
Caddo County, OK  30,150
Canadian County, OK  87,697
Carter County, OK  45,621
Cherokee County, OK  42,521
Choctaw County, OK  15,342
Cimarron County, OK  3,148
Cleveland County, OK  208,016
Coal County, OK  6,031
Comanche County, OK  114,996
Cotton County, OK  6,614
Craig County, OK  14,950
Creek County, OK  67,367
Custer County, OK  26,142
Delaware County, OK  37,077
Dewey County, OK  4,743
Ellis County, OK  4,075
Garfield County, OK  57,813
Garvin County, OK  27,210
Grady County, OK  45,516
Grant County, OK  5,144
Greer County, OK  6,061
Harmon County, OK  3,283
Harper County, OK  3,562
Haskell County, OK  11,792
Hughes County, OK  14,154
Jackson County, OK  28,439
Jefferson County, OK  6,818
Johnston County, OK  10,513
Kay County, OK  48,080
Kingfisher County, OK  13,926
Kiowa County, OK  10,227
Latimer County, OK  10,692
Leflore County, OK  48,109
Lincoln County, OK  32,080
Logan County, OK  33,924
Love County, OK  8,831
Major County, OK  7,545
Marshall County, OK  13,184
Mayes County, OK  38,369
Mcclain County, OK  27,740
Mccurtain County, OK  34,402
Mcintosh County, OK  19,456
Murray County, OK  12,623
Muskogee County, OK  69,451
Noble County, OK  11,411
Nowata County, OK  10,569
Okfuskee County, OK  11,814
Oklahoma County, OK  660,448
Okmulgee County, OK  39,685
Osage County, OK  44,437
Ottawa County, OK  33,194
Pawnee County, OK  16,612
Payne County, OK  68,190
Pittsburg County, OK  43,953
Pontotoc County, OK  35,143
Pottawatomie County, OK  65,521
Pushmataha County, OK  11,667
Roger Mills County, OK  3,436
Rogers County, OK  70,641
Seminole County, OK  24,894
Sequoyah County, OK  38,972
Stephens County, OK  43,182
Texas County, OK  20,107
Tillman County, OK  9,287
Tulsa County, OK  563,299
Wagoner County, OK  57,491
Washington County, OK  48,996
Washita County, OK  11,508
Woods County, OK  9,089
Woodward County, OK  18,486

Tax Lien University, Inc. is an educational organization, and individual performance depends upon the individual skills, time availability, and dedication of each student. Testimonials included may not represent typical results. Unique experiences and past performances do not guarantee future results. Tax Lien University, Inc. its owners, employees, and affiliates do not give investment or financial advice and are not licensed as brokers by or registered as advisors with any agency. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.

Master Tax Liens & Tax Deeds

Master the steps and strategies of buying tax liens and tax deeds with our FREE 4-DISC Training Course

You can immediately download the course for no charge or if you prefer, just pay a small shipping fee and we'll mail it to you.

Get the FREE Training Course.

 

Tax Lien Certificate States

Research all fifty (50) states to determine which offers the right interest rate, redemption period, and more.

Click here to learn more.

 

Customer Support with Tax Lien Certificate Questions

Tax Lien Certificate Reports

Below is a list of free articles on how to profit with tax lien certificates, tax deeds, and more.

 

The Rule of 72 Calculator

The rule of 72 says that to find the number of years required to double your investment at a given interest rate, you simply divide the interest rate into 72.

 

Interest Rate: %
Years Required for Principal to Double
    Exact Answer:
    Rule of 72 Estimate:

 

For example, if you want to know how long it will take to double your money at eighteen percent interest, divide 18 into 72 and get 4 years.

 

Our Educational Materials

Creating Wealth Without Risk™ was designed to help you take full-advantage of safe, certain, and high-yielding tax lien certificates and tax deeds.

Click here to learn more.

 

Tax Lien University Reviews

"I purchased 3 tax lien certificates at an internet auction for Miami-Dade County, Florida. All three were buildable vacant lots in moderate income neighborhoods. The prices were: (1)$1,018.86 (2) $1,224.90 (3) $1,654.82. I got 18% interest on all of them. I placed 39 bids in total."

- A. Hamad, Florida
June 9, 2011 6:17:32 PM MDT

"I thought that the course were very clear and easy to understand as well as being highly informative and to the point. The information contained within is worth thousands and thousands of dollars. I would recommend that any one serious about being a smart investor buy these books and put it into action!"

- S. Roy, London

"Thank you for your great work. I received you training manuals last night and haven't been able to stop reading. I would recommend this course to anyone who is interested in getting into Tax Lien Certificates."

- J. Bennett, California

 

 

State Tax Sale Summaries

Research each state's individual tax sale process including whether it is a tax lien certificate, tax deed, or tax deed hybrid, redemption period, bidding method, and the interest/penalty rate by clicking on the name of the state below:

- Alabama Tax Sales
- Alaska Tax Sales
- Arizona Tax Sales
- Arkansas Tax Sales
- California Tax Sales
- Colorado Tax Sales
- Connecticut Tax Sales
- Delaware Tax Sales
- Florida Tax Sales
- Georgia Tax Sales
- Hawaii Tax Sales
- Iowa Tax Sales

- Idaho Tax Sales
- Illinois Tax Sales
- Indiana Tax Sales
- Kansas Tax Sales
- Kentucky Tax Sales
- Louisiana Tax Sales
- Maine Tax Sales
- Maryland Tax Sales
- Massachusetts Tax Sales
- Michigan Tax Sales
- Minnesota Tax Sales
- Mississippi Tax Sales

- Missouri Tax Sales
- Montana Tax Sales
- Nebraska Tax Sales
- Nevada Tax Sales
- New Hampshire Tax Sales
- New Jersey Tax Sales
- New Mexico Tax Sales
- New York Tax Sales
- North Carolina Tax Sales
- North Dakota Tax Sales
- Ohio Tax Sales
- Oklahoma Tax Sales
- Oregon Tax Sales

- Pennsylvania Tax Sales
- Rhode Island Tax Sales
- South Carolina Tax Sales
- South Dakota Tax Sales
- Tennessee Tax Sales
- Texas Tax Sales
- Utah Tax Sales
- Vermont Tax Sales
- Virginia Tax Sales
- Washington Tax Sales
- West Virginia Tax Sales
- Wisconsin Tax Sales
- Wyoming Tax Sales