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Specializing in Tax Lien Investing Representation

Over the last twenty years, Larry Loftis has purchased thousands of real estate tax liens, investing millions of dollars each year for his clients. He has taken as much as $10 million to a single sale, representing both individual and institutional clients.

He has purchased liens (or deeds) in 12 U.S. states, is the author of the best-selling tax lien book, Profit by Investing in Real Estate Tax Liens (Kaplan, 2004, 2007), and has been interviewed or cited as a tax lien expert by The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNN/Money, MSN.Money,, Entrepreneur magazine, Wealth magazine, Wikipedia, The Boston Globe, and many other national media outlets and books.


Tax lien investing is perhaps the safest, medium-yield investment in all financial markets. Investors can expect interest rates from 6% to 24%, depending on the jurisdiction. These investments are offered and administered by county governments and are generally secured by properties on a 50:1 (or better) value to lien basis.

A few noteworthy facts about tax lien investing include:

  • $7 Billion U.S. Market (24 states)
  • Rated by Standard & Poor's
  • GO bonds securitized by real estate tax liens
  • Recommended by Barron's, Bloomberg, and Financial World

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Institutional investors have been investing in tax liens for years, as recognized by Standard and Poor's:


"Historically, tax liens have been sold to individual investors attracted to an above-average yield and the security of an eventual right to foreclose upon the underlying property that in most cases is senior to other claims (with the exception of previously imposed federal tax liens). Another trend is that institutional lien purchasers... are becoming more dominant at tax lien auctions around the U.S."


Standard & Poor's, March 15, 1998