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GA Property Tax Sales, Tax Liens, Tax Deeds,
Excess Funds, Redemption, Judicial Foreclosures, Levy Process

Have you ever dreamed of purchasing tax deeds or tax sale properties, but didn't know where or how to begin? Here at KRH Consulting, we make the tax sale process less complicated by providing detailed information on the state of Georgia tax deed sales. The consultants at KRH will break down the complex myths of the tax sale and replace these myths with true and accurate data.

KRH Consulting is a company made of qualified and experienced individuals who specialize in tax sale procedures in the state of Georgia. Each individual has over 10 years of experience in this area of real estate. This experience ranges from being employed by different Georgia counties to establish and maintain successful tax sale units to providing information to members of the public on laws which govern the tax sale.

The consultants at KRH will provide an extensive amount of information on the tax sale process from beginning to end. Examples of the information provided include procedures of the tax sale, the purchase of tax deeds, the redemption time frame and the redemption rate which apply to the purchase of tax deeds and detailed instructions on how to obtain excess funds which may result from the tax deed sale. Each consultant is able to obtain monthly copies of tax sale lists from each municipality that conducts a sale in the state of Georgia. The consultants are also able to provide an abundant amount of knowledge in regards to judicial foreclosures as well as steps for levying on real and personal property.

So if you are looking for Georgia tax sale information then look no further. This is your best and most accurate source for information regarding tax sales!

  • Property Tax Sales
  • A transfer of real property in exchange for money to satisfy charges imposed thereupon by the government that have remained unpaid after the legal period for their payment has expired. Tax sales are authorized by state statutes to collect taxes that are long overdue to the state government from negligent or unwilling individuals.
  • Tax Liens
  • A tax lien is a lien imposed by law upon a property to secure the payment of taxes. A tax lien may be imposed for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of failure to pay income taxes or other taxes.
  • Tax Deeds
  • A written instrument that provides proof of ownership of real property purchased from the government at a Tax Sale, conducted after the property has been taken from its owner by the government and sold for delinquent taxes.
  • Excess Funds
  • also known as surplus funds is an overage which is generated from tax sales or judicial foreclosures when a debt is sold for more than what is actually owed for the debt.
  • Redemption
  • refers to an owner's right to repurchase or redeem a tax deed which was sold to a purchaser at a tax sale. During the redemption process, the owner of the property at the time of the sale has the right to redeem the tax deed (within the time frame specified by state law), but is required to render the purchaser the purchase price plus additional interest allowed by law.
  • Judicial Foreclosures
  • A foreclosure which results from a court action rather than from the power of sale given to a trustee. Judicial foreclosures occur when a trust deed or mortgage deed does not have a power of sale clause, thus compelling the lender to take the borrower to court. This is in contrast to a non-judicial foreclosure, in which a foreclosure can be completed outside the court system.
  • Levy Process
  • the process of acquiring a property upon a writ of execution issued by a court in order to pay off the money owed on a judgment by the loser in a lawsuit (judgment debtor). The levy is actually made by a sheriff or other official at the request of the holder of the judgment and the property will be sold at a sheriff's sale to raise money to be applied to the unpaid judgment. States statutes exist, which vary by state, providing for notice to the judgment debtor prior to enforcing a levy on property. Levy may also refer to the act of assessing a tax on property, sales, or other transactions by a governmental legislative body. .
Richard Huff has over 20 years of extensive real estate experience ranging from tax sale consultation to providing effective assistance in preventing mortgage foreclosures. His responsibilities have included but are not limited to researching complex case studies regarding tax sales, providing valuable information to clients regarding the tax sale process, real estate data analyzing, projecting foreclosure trends, negotiating home retention options and facilitating acquisitions. Richard along with the other consultants here at KRH have more than enough experience and professionalism to assist you with your tax sale or foreclosure needs.
Call our experienced consultant Richard on 770-580-0897

KRH Consulting serving the following Georgia Cities and Counties: Acworth, Adairsville, Alpharetta, Austell, Atlanta, Buckhead, Buford, Canton, Calhoun, Carrollton, Cartersville, Cedartown, Chamblee, Cummings, Dalton, Decatur, Dallas, Decatur, Doraville, Douglasville, Duluth, Dunwoody, Emerson, Fairburn, Gainsville, Hiram, Jasper, Kennesaw, Kingston, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Lithia Springs, Mableton, Marietta, Norcross, Powder Springs, Rockmart, Rome, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Scottdale, Stone Mountain, Suwanee, Smyrna, Tucker, Villa Rica, Vinings and Woodstock. Counties: Bartow, Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Dalton, Dekalb, Douglas, Floyd, Forsyth, Fulton, Gilmer, Gordon, Gwinnett, Murray, Paulding, Pickens, Polk.
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