Purchasing abandoned property from tax lien investment company

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Good afternoon everyone,

I was wondering if anyone has ever purchased properties or dealt with Abigail Land Holdings? They have llc's all over the country. They seem to invest in tax liens. A SFH that I have had my eye own for awhile seems to now be owned by them according to the tax assessors website. They must have met the 3 year grace period for anyone to come forward, and taken ownership.

The original owner is deceased, and has been for a few years. He had no mortgage, and no kids or wife. He also had no will. He was my grandpa's neighbor for many years. It seems to be a good house for my first investment, but I'm not sure how to proceed. Are these type of companies interested in keeping the properties long term, or do they just want their investment back plus interest? Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Originally posted by @Joshua Romero :

Good afternoon everyone,

I was wondering if anyone has ever purchased properties or dealt with Abigail Land Holdings? They have llc's all over the country. They seem to invest in tax liens. A SFH that I have had my eye own for awhile seems to now be owned by them according to the tax assessors website. They must have met the 3 year grace period for anyone to come forward, and taken ownership.

The original owner is deceased, and has been for a few years. He had no mortgage, and no kids or wife. He also had no will. He was my grandpa’s neighbor for many years. It seems to be a good house for my first investment, but I’m not sure how to proceed. Are these type of companies interested in keeping the properties long term, or do they just want their investment back plus interest? Any advice is greatly appreciated.


Hello Josh,

I 'm curious to hear how your experience went. Did you go through with pursuing this lead? Most of the tax lien investment companies are invested in these certificates for the purpose of earning interest. In my experience they don't usually pursue getting the treasurer's deed. I too have purchased a few tax lien properties from other investors primarily here in the state Colorado.

-Kevin