Specializing in HUD, VA & Foreclosures

"We Really Do Care"

Allen Realty, Inc.

8314 Liberty Road

Baltimore, Maryland 21244

ar@allenrealty.net

410-496-6700 Office

410-496-1853 Fax     

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TAX SALE CERTIFICATION PROCESS

 

Select property from Tax Sale Register.

2. Contact Department of Real Estate, Room 304, City Hall, (410) 396-4768 or the Tax Sale Division in Room 1 of the Abel Wolman Municipal Building, 200 N. Holliday Street, (410) 396-3981 for the total cost needed to obtain the certificate.

3. The tax assignment cost is calculated by adding the interest on the lien at the rate of 2oo per month or any portion thereof from the date of the public auction (May______ ) to the date payment is to be made. In addition, any assignments after July l~ of each year requires the payment of that fiscal years taxes.

4. The certificate may be obtained from the Tax Sale Division six (6) months after the public auction date (May_____ ). The six month period may be reduced to sixty days upon certification by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development that the property is vacant and requires substantial repairs to comply with the Baltimore City Building Code.

5. Upon receiving the certificate the holder should employ an attorney to file the required legal proceedings in an effort to place title in the holder’s name. Once the papers are filed in the courts, the court will set a date within which the owner of the property must redeem the property and reimburse the purchaser for costs incurred. If at the expiration of that time, the property has not been redeemed, the court shall issue a final decree to foreclose the owner’s right of redemption.

6. The property may be redeemed by anyone with a present title interest up until the foreclosure case is completed. The person redeeming must refund the holder liens paid, taxes advanced, interest on the lien at 2% per month from date of tax sale (May_____ ) to date of redemption and legal expenses, if incurred, for closing the right of redemption.

7. The holder of the certificate has no ri ‘hts in the property until the foreclosure process is completed and title transferred.

8. The holder of the certificate is responsible for any City liens placed against the property subsequent to the date of the tax sale (May_____ ) or damage occurred by fire, etc. the tax certificate holder is fully responsible for such costs or repairs provided title is obtained.

9. If the property was cited as vacant by the Department of Housing as of the tax sale date (May _______ ) special attention imtst be made to the foreclosure case. Be sure to read the important notice on the reverse side of the tax certificate which clearly states that the certificate will be void and all monies paid forfeited if the foreclosure proceedings are not filed within one (1) year from the date of said certificate. If the property was cited as occupied, proceedings must be filed within two (2) years from the date of said certificate.

 

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