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December 08, 2019

Mortgages and Tax Sales

There are two types of mortgages as they relate to sale tax properties,those that will continue to affect the property after a sale and those that will not.

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December 08, 2019

Tax Sales Terminology

Get to know what is accumulated taxes, Crown interest, title search report, execution search report, land transfer tax, municipality, and etc.

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December 08, 2019

Upcoming tax sales

We'll send weekly emails to our members with details about newly listed tax sales across Canada. Our properties search page will provide currently listed properties, as well as history of past tenders.

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December 08, 2019

What is a tax sale?

A very strong advantage of purchasing a property at tax sale is the ability to acquire a property at a price vastly below market value. Municipalities conducting tax sales need to recoup the amount of taxes plus penalties.

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December 08, 2019

Things you need to know about Tax Sales

Spring and fall are the busiest seasons for tax sales with winter being the slowest. Because tax sales are very time-consuming for municipalities, they generally engage in tax sales during periods of time when they are typically less busy.

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December 08, 2019

Everything about tenders

When a tender is submitted for the purchase of a tax sale property, there must be absolute compliance with the Municipal Tax Sales Rules and the Municipal Act. There are many reasons a tender might be rejected.

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December 08, 2019

Importance of Title Search Report

Title Search Report provides information about a piece of land. It will include information about the owner, if there are any mortgages, easements or restrictive covenants or any other interests affecting it.

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December 08, 2019

Crown interest

Crown interests on property may include Business Development Bank of Canada mortgages liens for arrears of income tax or HST remittances among many others.

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December 08, 2019

How to submit tax sale tender?

Since the tax sale is a public event, others will likely be submitting tenders. The person with the highest tender will be permitted to purchase the property. Your deposit should be at least 20% of the full amount.

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