Over the past several years, there have been several changes to tax delinquency processes that can negatively impact residential real estate investor portfolios. For instance, in certain states, delinquent taxes can cause assets to go into tax sale more quickly than they would have moved several years ago. In addition to understanding those complexities, investors also need to be well versed in the nuances of HOAs. This is particularly true in super lien states, where management companies can take first position on outstanding delinquent HOAs over lenders.
Delinquent taxes can cause assets to go into tax sale more quickly than they would several years ago
Our CEO Lori Eshoo, an industry veteran pulling from more than 30 years of experience in commercial and residential valuation and tax compliance, will be speaking on a panel during the Single-family Rental Summit, taking place this week in Nashville, Tennessee, to share her expertise on these issues. She will share her recommendations on how single family residential investors can navigate tax delinquency and HOA issues with ease, dramatically reducing their investment risk.
Details on the panel are below. We invite you to listen to the panel, or visit us in booth #17 during the summit. If you have questions about how National Tax Search can help you limit your exposure to unforeseen collateral loss related to unpaid Tax, HOA fees or inaccurate flood determination, please swing by, or contact us at email@example.com.
What: “Issues in Local Governance”
When: March 20, 1:30 PM to 2:15 PM
Where: Single-family Rental Summit | Renaissance Nashville Hotel | Nashville, Tennessee