CROWN POINT | The Lake County commissioners' spring tax sale closed Thursday after raking in $3,046,500 during three days.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County commissioners' spring tax sale gleaned $1,285,800 in its first day.
CROWN POINT | Delinquent taxpayers beware.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners will hold tax sales this spring and summer and oppose any new legislation that would cut into the potential profits they could make.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County treasurer said Tuesday that the 2012 tax sale was a $17.8 million success.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Treasurer John Petalas said he is encouraged by public interest in his nontraditional tax sale at the halfway mark.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Treasurer Mike Bucko is taking advantage of a recent change in state law that he helped implement that allows property owners to set up a payment plan and avoid the upcoming tax sale.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners have put more than $649,000 in the public treasury from their version of a second-hand sale.
Offering forgiveness of tax penalties to collect property taxes from delinquent taxpayers is a great way to offer a single chance to make good before properties are subject to tax sales.
LOWELL | Tom Spencer didn't notice the address on the envelope when he signed for a piece of mail, but he did notice the contents said his home had been purchased at tax sale.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners want to bring the gavel down on deceptive bidders at their tax sales.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners received $1.2 million Wednesday from real estate speculators bidding on tax delinquent real estate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels signed 32 bills into law Wednesday, including a measure allowing counties to offer a one-time amnesty to property owners behind on their tax bills.
INDIANAPOLIS | Counties may be able to clear their backlogs of tax sale properties and get delinquent property owners back paying what they owe under legislation approved Tuesday by the Indiana Senate.
INDIANAPOLIS | Homeowners delinquent on their property taxes could get a one-time waiver of interest and penalties under legislation approved by a Senate committee Thursday.
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