About Us

Results Tax Liens Management LLC provides two main resources to the tax lien industry:

  • Service: Turn-key and custom tax lien investing services.
  • Education: Education that equips a new investor right away.

Our company vision can be broken down into four areas of focus:

Identify liens as a conservative AND high return investment

Our company leadership has always sought diversified methods and opportunities to profit in the real estate industry. By initiating and perfecting competencies in tax lien investing the basic fundamental was established: identify the conservative investments that yield highest returns among conservative products.

Build Business Systems

A great investment that is poorly managed can be cumbersome at best and costly at worst. We grew our scope of abilities by developing finely tuned management practices for all aspects of tax lien investing. Our experience dictates that growth through tax lien investment can only be accomplished through maximizing efficiency in each of: selecting investment regions, due diligence, acquisition strategies, ongoing lien management, and when necessary foreclosure and asset management/disposition.

Educate

We have grown passionate about enabling other investors to participate in tax lien investing, an investment that typically takes a cumbersome amount of effort. RTLM currently conducts education programs and consulting that breeds best-of-class investment strategies.

Serve

For investors high returns and the conservative characteristics of tax liens but not the work that surrounds managing these investments, RTLM offers custom-tailored and turn-key services. Our services can be tailored to your specific needs, and all services are compensated on a results basis: we only make money when you do.

Please post any general question that you have that may benefit others.  For specific questions contact us at 888-320-6011.

The Results Team

15 Responses to About Us

  1. Tyquan March 29, 2012 at 7:27 am #

    Do you have a youtube channel?

  2. Sharon Thompson May 25, 2012 at 4:24 pm #

    Good Day,

    My inquiry is what is the minimum investing amount for non-accredited investors to use your done for you services.

    Regards,
    Sharon Thompson

    • raykaderli September 11, 2012 at 4:16 pm #

      Currently our minimum to open an Agency Account is $10,000.00. You can certainly buy liens on your own for less. We coach and train on how to do-it-yourself. This enables you to start small if you like. We may raise our minimum in future months, but for now we enjoy keeping the entry level low in order to make this opportunity available to as many as possible. Thanks for your interest. We welcome any additional questions.

  3. Daniel Johnson December 31, 2012 at 6:43 am #

    I work Overseas so I need to be able to contact by email. Do you have email contact information?
    What States do you invest in?
    If a lien does not redeem do you assist in selling the property?

    • raykaderli January 3, 2013 at 2:57 pm #

      I have replied to you personally with my point of contact for email.

      We have other clients that work oversees. We are available via Skype as well.

      We invest in multiple states in liens, deeds, and real estate. Some include VA, MD, WV, TX, NJ, FL, NB, MS, IL, IN, SC, IA, and DC.

      If a lien does not redeem we can provide full service of the process for foreclosure, management, and disposition of the asset. We do this everyday through sister companies that are a real estate brokerage, and auction firm.

      Another note about selling the property is that we do not require you to use our company to manage the disposition. Some agents do and this is a profit center for them. We realize that some of our clients may wish to do this themselves. You have the option, but not the obligation.

      Remember that our ultimate goal as a company is to make the opportunity of tax lien investing available to our clients in a very simple, turn-key manner.

      Thanks for your interest and excellent questions.

    • Iraj March 4, 2013 at 8:21 pm #

      Most people think they are getitng an equitable and forecloseable interest in the property instead of an instrument bearing interest ion payment if it ever happens.A risk like any other investrment

      • raykaderli October 17, 2013 at 2:57 pm #

        Daniel,
        You make a point about risk, but I’m not sure where you were going with it so I will reply in a general approach. All states handle foreclosure on properties on which you as an investor hold a tax lien. Some perform the function automatically like SC. You still have to perfect the title though. Some states have overbid yet to be paid like MD. Iowa even allows you to be a percentage of the ownership. The point I am making is that states vastly vary and the important take-away is to KNOW what your doing BEFORE randomly buying tax liens thinking that you just “get” the property if they don’t pay. Yes, you do have risk. However, the risk can be highly mitigated to make tax liens a safe investment. Thanks for your input.

  4. Brian July 26, 2013 at 12:32 pm #

    Regarding your Tax lien turn-key services … Are the tax lien certificates purchased and issued in the individual’s name but managed by you or do you pool the money?

    • raykaderli October 17, 2013 at 2:08 pm #

      We provide custom service. This can mean that we provide full service and do everything. In this case we hold the liens in our company name but in your specific account. We do offer the option to clients to hold the liens in a separate trust entity name.

      No, we do not pool the money. Ever. All funds and liens remain specific to the client.

      Some clients want us to only perform due diligence or bidding. In that case we are a way to outsource some of their workload to a resource, us, that is familiar with tax liens.

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  6. Jimmy October 17, 2013 at 1:23 am #

    Hello,
    My county in Colorado has auto rotation, meaning I have no control over what I’m assigned to acquire, once I sign up with funds. Additionally I intent to use SDIRA funds. What are your fees if I prefer turn-key results?

    • raykaderli October 17, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

      Our fees are custom tailored to your needs, goals, and resources. We like to have a personal conversation to make you have the right fit and strategy. I will email you off-blog to initiate. Thanks for you interest.

  7. bmb October 19, 2013 at 1:06 am #

    Correct me if I am wrong, but there are ways to lose your money when investing in liens. The following I have read are examples: IRS liens, owner declaring bankruptcy, property declared as an environmental hazard, or other liens placed by the County.

    How to do manage these risks? Do you have way to research IRS liens? Are you able to research the owner at all to determine whether bankruptcy might be considered by them or to determine what other debt they have?

    Please advise,
    Thanks,
    Bonny

    • raykaderli October 22, 2013 at 1:58 pm #

      Excellent question. Yes, you can loose money in tax liens. There ARE risks. They can be mitigated. We go in to this topic in detail in our video training program. We can also discuss risk with you personally as it relates to your goals and objectives. What you want to do with tax liens may have a different exposure that someone else’s strategy so a conversation would be in order to make sure your approach is addressed. I will email you with my direct contact information.

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