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Arizona Tax Liens Announces All New 2007 Arizona Tax Lien Lists Real Estate Investors Can Use to Generate a Guaranteed ROI of up to 16% or More

January 29, 2007, LOS GATOS, Calif.-- Arizona Tax Liens (www.ArizonaTaxLiens.com) today announced all new 2007 Arizona tax lien lists that real estate investors can use to purchase Arizona tax lien certificates that are guaranteed to generate up to 16% or more by the US government.

Arizona tax liens are generated when real estate owners fail to pay their property tax bill. Every county in Arizona sells the tax liens to real estate investors in the form of tax lien certificates. The delinquent property taxes accrue interest at an annual rate of 16% simple interest prorated monthly. If the property owner fails to pay his property taxes within a certain period of time, the tax lien certificate owner may foreclose the tax lien and sell the property for a substantial profit. This can sometimes generate a return on investment (ROI) of up to 10,000%.

“The ability to easily and quickly download all the Arizona tax lien lists I need, in one place, has made my tax lien certificate investing very easy this year,” said one of Arizona Tax Liens newest customers. “Thanks for cutting my real estate investing work in half and making it easy to generate 16% interest.”

Arizona Tax Lien investors can now instantly download the latest 2007 tax lien lists for all counties in Arizona at http://www.ArizonaTaxLiens.com/store.

Each county’s 2007 tax lien list corresponds with its upcoming auction where a percentage of the tax lien certificates are sold. The large remaining portion of tax lien certificates not sold at the auction are then readily available on a first come, first served basis.

For a limited time only, all new customers can receive the Yuma County tax lien list for free.

About Arizona Tax Liens
Arizona Tax Liens.com provides real estate investors with instant, online access to Arizona Tax Lien Lists for purchasing Arizona Tax Lien Certificates. Guaranteed by the US government, and secured by Arizona real estate, Arizona Tax Lien Certificates are the best way for real estate investors to safely and securely generate 16% ROI or more. Learn more at http://www.ArizonaTaxLiens.com.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions
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How Do Arizona Tax Liens Work?
When an Arizona property owner doesn't pay his or her property taxes, the local county government places a tax lien on the property and then offers the tax lien, in the form of a tax lien certificate, to anyone who wishes to buy it.

In essence, the investor that purchases the tax lien certificate is paying the property taxes owed on the property so that the local county government can continue to function on budget.

When the owner eventually pays his or her property taxes, he or she must also pay a 16% late fee.

Once the property taxes are paid, the local county government will mail the investor, that purchased the tax lien certificate on that property, their initial investment (the property taxes on the property) and 16% interest.

If the property owner does not pay his or her property taxes for three years, the investor that purchased the tax lien certificate on the property has the right to foreclose on the property, have the owner removed and sell the property for a huge profit.

If the property owner does not pay his or her property taxes for five years, the investor that purchased the tax lien certificate on the property can walk into the local county assessor's office and simply have the title of the property transferred to them, have the owner removed and sell the property for a huge profit.

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