Innovative Secured Investments through Property Tax Liens & Deeds

Earn attractive fixed returns and windfall profit sharing by investing in Property Tax Liens purchased by Commercial Equity Partners, Ltd.  Your funds are invested through the purchase of Property Tax …

Earn attractive fixed returns and windfall profit sharing by investing in Property Tax Liens purchased by Commercial Equity Partners, Ltd.  Your funds are invested through the purchase of Property Tax Liens throughout the United States.

You already know about the historically high rate of foreclosures in this country and the opportunity to invest in low priced real estate.

But, did you know that investing in tax liens is an even better way to make above average fixed returns, with minimum risk, in real estate?  Property tax liens are a little misunderstood way to create wealth and build financial independence for you and your family for years to come, no matter what happens in the market.

What is a Tax Lien?
In most parts of the country, if a homeowner or commercial property owner fails to pay property taxes, the county will issue a tax lien on that property.  The local county government needs that tax revenue to keep providing services to its constituents so it can’t wait for payment. To get the revenue, many counties sell the tax lien at auction.

In this real estate market it shouldn’t be a surprise to you that tax defaults have sky-rocketed, there are more tax liens now then there have been in history.  This has greatly increased the opportunities to invest without risk in high-yielding tax lien certificates. 

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  • Billions of dollars in funding available
  • Funds are available to U.S. Businesses NOW
  • This is not a loan. These tax credits do not need to be repaid
The ERC Program is currently open, but has been amended in the past. We recommend you claim yours before anything changes.

You’ve seen the ads on late night television about get rich schemes through property tax liens. Well there is no need to go through that scheme wasting your money on a training program. We can do all the hard work and you can share in the rewards.

Why is investing in Tax Lien a good idea?  Savvy investors have been profiting from tax liens for years.  Here are just a few of the benefits:

Superior Returns:  The rate of return on a tax lien can be much higher than other investments such as stocks or bonds. (Current 10.85% to 13.95% plus profit sharing)

Low Risk:  Tax liens are far safer than other forms of investment because of our equity position in the real estate are 85% or great, which minimize risk.  The interest we earn is guaranteed by state government laws. If we have to foreclose those same laws provide us the right to foreclose and receive clear title to the property. 

Potential for Windfall Profits:  Although the majority of tax liens are redeemed before a property is foreclosed, if the lien is not paid off with interest and fees, we can own the property via foreclosure and paying off any addiitonal taxes due.  This windfall can net Commerical Equity Partners a property at up to 90% below market value and when that happens you as an investor may be able to enjoy those benefits!

Benefits of CEP Property Tax Lien Investments:

  • No Load Investment – there are not fees for investing
  • High Fixed Yield – much higher than banks rates and compounded monthly for a higher APY.
  • Invest like the Institutional Investors – Real Estate Tax Lien are included in investment portfolios of major banks and brokerage houses. These institutions then pay you a 3% return. 
  • Security – All of our liens are secured by real property. Every property has an assessed value by a local government at 10 to 100 times the amount of the lien. Liens are issued by country and city governments for non-payment of property taxes. The liens under state law take first position over the mortgages, HOA, mechanic liens  and this provides us a strong secured position.
  • Fixed Principle – Principal value of investment does not vary unlike stocks and bonds.
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