Louisiana

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Primary Sale Type: Tax Lien Certificate Secondary Type(s): NA Sale Date(s): Annually: May – July Bid Type: Bidding-Down-Ownership Rate of Return: 12% per annum, plus 5% penalty upon redemption Redemption Period: 3 years from date of sale (expires after 5 years) Over-the-Counter: NA Statute Section(s): LA Constitution – Article VII, Sec. 25 / LA Revised Statutes, Title 47 State Website: www.louisiana.gov State Overview: In the state of Louisiana there are 64 parishes, which are used in likeness of counties. County Directory New Orleans Delinquent Tax Auctions The two most populous areas in Louisiana are East Baton Rouge (440,000+) and Jefferson (432,000+) Parish. Search Demographics: Louisiana is classified as a Tax Lien Certificate state, even though it’s referred to as a Tax Deed for the purposes of the state Constitution. Sales are usually held between the months of May and July, and are commissioned by the local Tax Collector. Auction Process …



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