Saen Higgins Books Tax Sale Specialist Sean Higgins Announces Biannual Mississippi Sale

Top Quote Saen Higgins, critically acclaimed tax sale expert, announces the biannual Mississippi tax certificate sale. Tax collectors in Mississippi may exercise their option to host tax sales on either the 1st Monday of April, or the 4th Monday of August, every year. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 17, 2011 - Sacramento, CA -- Higgins says, "In some cases, even when they choose to host the sale in April, they may opt to reoffer certificates in August that were left without any bidders from the first sale." The 4th Monday in August is the 22nd this year, and the rate of return guaranteed by law is a 2 year redemption period, during which these certificates will be earning 18% annualized interest, or 1.5% per month; setting the investor up to easily increase wealth regardless of funds invested.

    Higgins notes that tax lien certificates in Mississippi may be reoffered year after year if no investors bid. However, the county may eventually decide the lien is unlikely to sell and foreclose on the property to reoffer the deed and return the property to the county tax roll. Property lists may be acquired online, or by writing to each county's tax authority. According to Higgins, "Tax sale lists in every county are usually published in the local newspaper." Tax sale specialist Saen Higgins goes on to say, "Ö that the easiest way to find which lists are available over the internet is on my website, Higgins National Tax Sale Directory." That website address is or Higgins' website currently lists almost 5 million tax sale properties in all 3,300 U.S. counties and all 50 states.

    According to Higgins, tax sales are scheduled in almost every county in the U.S. throughout the year. Some states may host just one annual sale, but others will choose to schedule as many subsequent sales as deemed necessary throughout the year. When a homeowner is delinquent in paying their property taxes past the allotted timeframe set locally by state statute, the taxing authority will attempt to sell either the lien or deed, depending on respective sale structures, in order to recover any lost funds. Property tax payments are an irreplaceable source of funding for schools and other public services essential to all communities across the country.

    Saen Higgins is a best-selling author. His current book, Wealth Without Risk, available on
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    Saen Higgins, internationally known for his success as a tax sale specialist, details valuable information about Mississippi's biannual tax sale that's just around the corner. He explains how the sales are scheduled and the highly lucrative rate of return offered.

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