Providing Post-Judgment Collection
While Linebarger Goggan makes every effort to work with delinquent
taxpayers to avoid foreclosure, we will pursue all remedies available
to our clients in the event that the delinquency continues.
Delinquent tax sales are the last alternative to enforce collections.
While selling someone's property is not desirable, it sometimes
is necessary if collections are to be fairly and effectively enforced.
Litigation often produces payment and maintains collection momentum
as it sends an unmistakable message to the public about the need
to resolve outstanding tax bills quickly.
For decades, Linebarger Goggan has developed
and refined its processes related to the collection of judgments
and the sale of real property. While our tax sales program is comprehensive
in nature, we continually look for ways to improve upon the services
we deliver and the results achieved for our clients.
When it comes to business personal property, a seizure is often
the best way to secure payment of the taxes. The assets seized
are auctioned and the proceeds are applied to the taxpayer's account.
This approach may be carried out successive to or concurrently
with other types of enforcement actions.
Every month Linebarger Goggan posts tax sale
property listings here for the benefit of the public. For more
information on buying a tax sale property, to search the current
property listings or to review our answers to frequently asked
questions to see how it all works click the links below.
Texas Tax Sales
Pennsylvania Tax Sales
Tennessee Tax Sales
DISCLAIMER REGARDING PHOTOGRAPHS AND/OR ADDRESSES OF PROPERTIES OFFERED FOR SALE:
The photograph(s) and addresses of properties scheduled for tax foreclosure sale are
provided solely for the convenience of prospective bidders in deciding which property(s) the bidder may
want to further research prior to actual purchase. Care has been taken to ensure that the addresses given
and photographs displayed herein accurately identify and depict the actual property being sold. However,
bidders are encouraged to perform their own due diligence prior to bidding on any property by verifying for
themselves the actual condition of the property and that the photograph(s) shown and/or address(s) listed
of property on which they intend to bid is, in fact, that property being sold at foreclosure sale.
There is no warranty, guarantee, promise, or other representation made by the taxing units or by their
officials and employees, or by the firm of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP, with respect to the condition
of the property or the accuracy of the photographic depiction or address given of any property offered for sale.
It is the legal description of the property appearing in the underlying foreclosure judgment and order of sale
which controls the identification of what property is being sold.