|Sale Type:||Tax Lien Certificates|
|Interest Rate:||12% APR|
|Bid Method:||Premium Bid|
|Redemption Period:||2 Years|
|State Statute(s):||Title 32, CH 133|
Vermont State Overview
In Vermont, tax collector's sell tax lien certificates to the winning bidders at the delinquent property tax sales. The winning bidder is the one willing to pay the most for the tax lien. Depending on when the homeowner redeems he or she will be charged a 12% penalty. Upon the expiration of the redemption period, which is 2 years, the investor may apply for the tax deed. The tax lien will remain in full force and effect for up to 15 years.