Monday, July 10, 2006

3 Tools for the New Jersey Tax Lien Investor

  • For the new or seasoned NJ Tax Lien investor!

    Whether you are looking into investing in New Jersey tax liens for the first time, or have been investing for years, here are 3 tools that can help:


    The Book on investing in NJ Tax Liens.

    TAX LIEN$, by Michael Pellegrino is the complete guide to investing in New Jersey Tax Sale Certificates. It is the only manual specifically on how to invest in New Jersey tax lien certificates!Learn how to make money by paying other people's taxes.In this book you will discover:
    How to buy tax liens
    How to choose the right liens
    How to 'grow' your lien by paying subsequent taxes
    How the foreclosure process works
    What pitfalls to avoid
    Copies of this new book ($19.95) can be ordered by visiting or contact the author, Michael Pellegrino, Esq at or (973) 586-2300.


    Who is having a tax sale and when? How do I get more info on each property?

    LienSource, the Tax Lien Sale Data Service is the central resource for information on the 200,000-plus tax lien sales that occur in the state of New Jersey each year. LienSource provides:
  • A calendar showing the date every tax sale in the state as they are set
  • Name, address, phone information and more for all 566 municipalities
  • Enhanced Tax Sale Lists in a standardized layout in Excel format
  • Property –specific data for each item listed on every tax sale

    LienSource is a vital tool in ensuring you make the best tax lien investing decisions possible.

    Just visit or call Steve Davis at (866) NJ LIENS (655-4367) to find out more and to register today!

    We currently specialize in providing tax lien sale data to New Jersey, Nassau County, NY and Florida, but expansions are already underway for services in other Northeast states.


    Are you ready to foreclose on one or more tax liens?

    Then you need an attorney experienced in handling New Jersey tax lien foreclosure actions!

    Contact Michael Pellegrino, Esq. at (973) 586-2300 or PELL@CAPLAW.NET or check out his web page at

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