If property taxes or other municipal charges (like sewer or water bills) aren't paid, then the past-due amount becomes a lien on the property. If that continues, the municipality will sell the property to recover the taxes. This process is time-consuming and complex, with exacting notice requirements before and after sale, like redemption rights, i.e., the rights of taxpayers and others to unwind the sale by suitable payment. With my experience, I can help you understand and navigate this process, whether you're a municipality, taxpayer, other lien holder or buyer. Contact me to learn more.