2015 Expanded Coverage

2015 Expanded Coverage

Big news! Just recently we’ve dramatically expanded our geographic coverage for where our IRS tax lien records are available. How’d we do it? We hired researchers to physically visit hundreds of county offices each week. This is a very, very big deal. If you buy our lists it’ll give you an edge over your competition. High-quality lists available sooner and still at very low prices… it’s a no-brainer to contact us today.


Some of our newly available states & counties:

North Carolina
– Mecklenburg
– Wake
– Guilford
– Forsyth
– Durham
– Gaston
– Cumberland
– Alamance
– dozens more

New York
– Suffolk
– Onondaga
– Nassau
– we already cover NYC & other NY counties

Virginia
– Arlington
– Loudoun
– Henrico
– Prince William
– Richmond
– Chesterfield
– Virginia Beach

New Jersey
– Monmouth
– Bergen
– Nassau
– Camden
– Orange
– Mercer
– Hudson
– Burlington
– we already cover most NJ

Washington
– King
– Benton
– we already cover most WA

Texas
– Hidalgo
– Nueces
– Harris (Houston)
– we already cover most TX

Minnesota
– Hennepin
– Dakota

Louisiana
– East Baton Rouge

Delaware
– New Castle

Pennsylvania
– Philadelphia
– Dauphin

Maryland
– Frederick

Tennessee
– Davidson

New Mexico
– Bernalillo

Arizona
– Pinal
– Mohave
– we already cover most AZ

Nebraska
– Douglas

And some more areas we’ve added shortly after this posted:

California
– Los Angeles
– Ventura
– San Bernardino
– Various other counties statewide

Wisconsin
– Milwaukee

Mississippi
– Harrison

Michigan

– Oakland
– Genesee

Maine

– Kennebec
– Lincoln

Kansas

– Sedgwick

So you might be asking, “Andrew, why’s this such a big deal?!” The short answer: No one has better IRS tax lien records than we do. It might surprise you that most of our competitors sell outdated IRS tax lien records and sometimes they’re not even actual IRS liens! I learned this in 2010 when I bought a list from a large data broker. Sadly it took me $3,100 in wasted postage and printing to find out that the list wasn’t even IRS tax lien debtors.

Fortunately, that expensive mistake is what led me to start FederalTaxLienSearch.com. I knew that the value accurate and fresh data was worth the extra effort. Five years later and we’re still innovating, still delivering custom lien lists to entrepreneurs across the country, and still calling out the lazy list brokers when they sell garbage.

Contact us today and let’s talk about what we can do to help you reach more new clients. Call, text, or email our lien specialist Houston at 321-337-4172 and learn what’s worked for us and our Enrolled Agent-led tax problem resolution practice.

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