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Tax Lien Certificates - Tax Deed Sales Michigan MI

Michigan was an excellent state for tax lien certificate sales.  However, there are no longer tax lien certificates sales in Michigan.  Fortunately, Michigan is also an excellent tax deed sales state and after the new law here is a summary of information for tax sales in Michigan:

Interest Rate  

Until 2006 for properties with taxes that became delinquent before 2000, 15% the first year and 50% the second year but all sales are now straight tax deed sales with no interest rate

Redemption Period

2 years

Michigan tax lien auctions

No longer conducts county tax lien sales 

Michigan tax deed sales

Michigan conducts many tax deed sales.  Some counties in Michigan now use the Internet to sell properties during a tax deed sale.

Bidding Process             

All tax lien auctions are by competitive bid.

State Specific Information

Michigan is an excellent tax lien investing state because the interest rate of 15% the first is favorable and the interest rate of 50% the second year is incredible.  However, after 2006, the state will not hold tax lien certificate sales anymore and all sales will be to acquire tax deeds. 

Visit this resource to learn more:

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