Quiet Title Action – Texas | Tax Title Services

Quiet Title Alternative for Sheriff’s Sale Investors in Texas

Tax Deed investors save nearly $3k on average when they use Tax Title Services as opposed to seeking a quiet title judgment.

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Investing in Texas sheriff tax sale properties can be a very lucrative endeavor.

With interest penalties ranging from 25-50% of the bid up premium and the potential to obtain real property if the redemption is not made, it is easy to be blinded by the upside of Texas tax sale investing.

But what happens when you actually do receive real property as a result of the tax sale?

You not only receive a Deed without Warranty or a Sheriff’s / Constable’s Deed but you inherit issues with the chain of title

Most title agencies will not provide title insurance for properties obtained through Texas sheriff tax sales.

Historically, an action to quiet title through the court system has been the only way to obtain title insurance for tax sale properties in Texas. With the average cost of a quiet title action being in excess of $4,500 and taking a minimum of 6 months to complete, a quiet title action may not be the best strategy for your investing.

Tax Title Services can qualify your tax deed property for title insurance in 30-40 days and at a fraction of the cost of a quiet title action.

Our Certification process is accepted by many title companies in lieu of a quiet title action in Texas.

We have been in business for over 20 years and certified 40,000+ tax sale properties for title insurance nationwide. To learn more about our quiet title action alternative, please fill out the form to schedule a free consultation.

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