As a result of the downturn in the economy, there are more delinquent property taxes than ever before. Counties and local governments need tax revenue to operate and are desperate to collect the past due taxes. With 2,600 counties offering more than $10 Billion in tax liens annually, the potential market is so large that tax lien companies like Alpine TLI Group need only capture less than one half of 1% of this market to provide substantial returns.
Alpine TLI Group Inc. is a full service tax lien and tax deed purchase, research, and property management company. Alpine specializes in identifying and researching properties that have the propensity of creating a highly leveraged investment opportunity through the purchase of real estate tax lien certificates and tax deeds.
To capitalize on this opportunity, Alpine has assembled a team of highly qualified marketing, financial and operational individuals who have studied and participated in the tax lien industry including CEO M. Taylor Abegg, II. This is a cohesive team, that has worked together successfully in the past, and is focused on turning Alpine into a profitable financial opportunity.
Alpine TLI has registered to participate in the first big tax sale of the year in Maricopa County, Arizona. This sale will begin on Jan. 17th and continue through Feb. 1st. Historically, Maricopa has offered over 20,000 tax liens for sale with a total property value of over $2 Billion. Maricopa offers many opportunities for Alpine to pick up liens on property for as little as 1% of the property value.
The company has also implemented advanced GPS technology to assist in property research and inspection. Recent developments in GPS mapping technology and software have enabled Alpine to increase daily property inspections by more than 150%.
Conservative Speculator Larry Oakley stated, “I like the fact that APGR can realize as much as a 5000% profit on some of the tax liens they invest in, and in the worst cases, its profit should still be rather attractive.” Mr. Oakley stated, “My opinion is that because of the present situation in the real estate market, APGR has an enormous opportunity to develop huge appreciation potential.”
On the other side, investing in Alpine TLI does present some risk as it is subject to direct and indirect consequences of changes in the political, economic or social forces that govern the viability of the tax sale industry. Alpine can only remain viable so long as Alpine’s tax sale fund continues to be profitable and Alpine is able to continue to acquire tax lien certificates
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