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Investors - REO

What is the difference between a Tax Lien
and a Real Estate Owned (REO)?

Tax Lien

A lien on your property for non payment of city, county, or school taxes, but may also be for non payment of water and/or sewer bills.


Property that has gone through the forclosure process, has been put up for public sale and ultimately reverted to the tax lien holder. These properties are currently avaliable to be deeded to interested buyers.


The properties you see listed on this website were acquired by ATF through tax certificate foreclosure. We offer these properties at prices below market value, and as such, they can be a very attractive real estate investment.

There are a few things to consider before deciding to submit an offer for one of our real estate investment properties. All our properties are sold on an "as is" basis regarding the physical condition of the property and occupancy of the property. We do not provide financing and transactions are expected to close within 30 days of our acceptance of an offer. A minimum 10% deposit is required (in some cases more) which is non-refundable upon the execution of a contract. Because the specific circumstances affecting each property are unique, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Just follow the appropriate link or call the phone number listed for each property.

Now Accepting Credit Cards!*

You can now buy your real estate using your American Express®, Visa®, MasterCard®, and Discover® Card!

Use it for...

  • Down payments
  • Finance complete purchases
  • Rental Payments

*disclosure: there is approximately a 3% fee for use of credit cards to make payments