Augusta Tax Sales Attorneys

Georgia Foreclosing the Right to Redeem Lawyers

Foreclosure is not the only way to lose property in Georgia. A property owner can lose his/her property at a tax sale if he/she fails to pay the property taxes. Whether you are the former owner or the purchaser at the tax sale, an experienced real estate attorney can help you protect your rights in the property.

If property is sold at a tax sale, the former owner has the right to redeem the property during the first year after the sale. After the first year, the purchaser at the tax sale can foreclose this right to redeem and acquire fee simple title to the property. At Trotter Jones, LLP, we have represented former owners who wished to redeem their property. We have also represented purchasers at the tax sale who wanted to foreclose the right redeem and acquire fee simple title to the property. Whether you are the former owner of the property or the purchaser at the tax sale, our goal is to ensure that your rights in the property are protected.

There are many complex issues that arise in tax sales. Our real estate lawyers are ready to help you navigate this process and protect your rights. Contact us online or call us at (706) 737-3138 today to schedule a consultation and learn more.

Navigating the Complexities of Tax Sales and Foreclosing the Right to Redeem

No matter what side you are on, there are a lot of complex issues that arise in cases involving tax sales and foreclosing the rights to redeem. Our Augusta real estate lawyers are ready to help you navigate this process and protect your property rights. Contact us online or call us at (706) 737-3138 today to schedule a consultation and learn more.