How hard it is to purchase a property with back taxes in lemoore California?
The Kings County Tax Collector holds public auctions of tax-defaulted properties in Lemoore and all towns in the county. These tax sales are conducted online. You have to put down a deposit in advance of the auction and the winning bidder is obligated to purchase the property. These properties are sold as is, so make sure to research and inspection before you bid.
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How can you avoid negative tax ramifications for the transfer of the title and loan of a property from parent to a child in California for a property that was purchased 4 years ago?
Prop. 58 . \nYou need to file a Propositon 58 with the Assessor's office. This is an exclusion for reassessment when the transfer of the real property is between parent and child. To get the full exclusion you must file within 3 years of the tranfer/recoradation, otherwise the exclusion would be…gin with the current fiscal year. ( Full Answer )
Sales Tax . No you do not. Sales tax is what businesses use to pay to the state. It's the "state's share" on a taxable item. A private party seller is not a business, so legally they cannot charge a sales tax. For example they cannot sell a car for $2,000 plus tax. However, you WILL have to pay a… use tax when you go to the DMV to register your vehicle. The use tax is basically the same exact rate as sales tax. The state will tax you anyway they can. ( Full Answer )
In the San Francisco East Bay (Castro Valley, CA) we pay 8.5 cents on the dollar.
Yes, as a buyer in a private party vehicle sale, you will need to pay the use tax. Use tax is calculated based on the sales tax rate in your residence county. You can find more information on CA state vehicle registration at the following DMV.ORG - The Unofficial Guide to the DMV - page: http://www….dmv.org/ca-california/car-registration.php. Have a wonderful day,. DMV.ORG Support ( Full Answer )
Answer . In some cases, yes, you can, but it depends on whether the bank, county, state or whoever is selling it has other criteria on the purchase. Probably will be some fees along with the back taxes and don't forget, even though someone has "lost" their property because they haven't paid the…ir taxes, they may still get it back even if it's been posted, taxes paid by another, paperwork signed. The owner will still have a fall back period in which they can come up with the money and pay it and it reverts back to them. ( Full Answer )
Property that is confiscated for the non payment of taxes usuallygets sold at auction. Check your local paper to find out when yourtown holds their auctions.
No, most of the time. The entity who pays real estate taxes which accrues to property, regardless of the ownership period, is generally established by agreement between the parties.. Most of the time, real estate, ad valorum taxes are pro-rated. That is, the taxes due, are divided by the length o…f the holding period for the property for the tax year of the political subdivisions which have the power to levy the tax and to collect it by judicial means.. Not always, it is always fundamentally a matter of contract and agreement. When executors, trustees and administrators deliver property (convey) property to the heirs or devises, the way the executors, trustees and administrators agree with the heirs or devises, determines who and when the taxes are paid.. In general, in most of the States in the United States of America, you are supposed to file a return (a report of what something is worth) to the tax collector early in the year. Then the tax collector's office sends a 'tax bill' to the last known owner of the property (in its records: the burden is on the owner of the property to keep the tax collector informed :-) as to who owes what and owes what.) The the tax is due, after which there are frequently penalties, and interest and possible sale of the property for failure to pay real estate taxes.. The collection process is slow, and must proceed by rules and regulations. It is not all that easy to lose property for back taxes; the states, like banks, don't generally want to reposes anything; it is very expensive, time consuming and politically unattractive. ( Full Answer )
I Purchased property seller will not give me the deed he says i have to pay back taxes first what do i do?
Depends on how the deal was structured. . And depending in which state the sale was performed. . In most instances Being that is was done through escrow, the full due diligence was performed. But again you are vague as to how this deal went down. . Was it cash? . Financed through a bank or Lendi…ng institution . Was there an agent representing you on the buyer's side? . Was the agreement to pay back taxes part of the deal. If so is it in wtiting . If so you are obligated to pay those before full ownership can be assumed . Did you pay Upfront? . Did he or she explain there was an unlying lien by the County for backtaxes? If not then they can be sued for Non_Disclosure. (It's like selling you a car when they know there was a problem and didn't tell you and you have it for 2 days and the engine goes out) But again the details of your rights may be obtained by contacting your atttorney (Preferrably, A real estate attorney) ( Full Answer )
Do canadians have to pay California vehicle sales tax when purchasing a used vehicle from a dealership?
I had a dealer tell me they have to charge the tax, but I looked here: http://www.boe.ca.gov/sutax/faqex.htm Purchases for Use Outside California . A purchaser is not required to pay California use tax if the only use of the property purchased in California is to remove it from the state and …it will be used solely thereafter outside this state. No other use can be made of the property. See Regulation 1620, subdivision (b)(9).. If the property is used in California for personal use or for recreation, use tax applies. For example, you, as a resident of Oregon, purchase a boat in San Diego and immediately leave for home. Along the way, you stop at Marina Del Rey, have dinner, and have a boat decal added. The next day you fish in the Channel Islands. Later, you stop to visit friends in San Francisco and take them for a ride in your boat. The California use tax applies because you made a personal and recreational use of the boat in California, and did not simply remove it from the state.. Delays for emergency repairs made to the vessel must be verified as functionally necessary for the vessel to continue its departure from the state. You must provide supporting documentation such as fuel, repair, mooring, or lodging receipts to verify the property's departure from California, plus documentation showing at least six months out-of-state use of the property to qualify for this provision. . So from what I can see we Canadians shouldn't have to pay the tax. I emailed the dealer this and am awaiting there resposne. ( Full Answer )
If the purchase is online or by catalog you are subject only to tax from you're state. If your organization has a 501(c)3 status you may give the purchasing company your tax exempt ID number if they require it. As sales tax is a state institution unless that state has an agreement with another sta…te they cannot charge sales tax on purchases made by another state. If you are in New York and you wish to make a purchase you need to provide your exemption number to the store for their records. If you have any doubt you can always contact the State in questions Tax Department and they can answer your questions. ( Full Answer )
it depends on the price of the home you purchase. the less the appraised value is, the less you pay in taxes. the higher the more money spent on taxes. its safe to say about 1.25% of your home purchase price is due annually. for example a 169k home purchased would be 2112 bucks per year. payable in …2x payments or one lump sum. of course you can save in installmenst and set aside for the lump payment ;) ( Full Answer )
The property tax in California can vary from year to year. However, to calculate the California property tax for one's home is quite simple. The tax can not exceed more than 1% of the home's value and can not increase more than 2% from the previous year.
If an owner of property does not pay their property taxes then the town has the power to take possession of the property and sell it under state laws.
You should contact your town assessor's office to see if there is a list of properties that have been siezed for non-payment of property taxes. You should also inquire if there is a tax sale scheduled. They should be able to provide you with a sheet that explains the procedure for bidding at a tax s…ale and how much you will need for a deposit. Finally you should seek legal advice to determine what type of title you would acquire if you purchased property at a tax sale. In some jurisdictions the tax delinquent has a statutory period during which they can redeem the property. In some jurisdictions the purchaser needs to have the title cleared by a court decree and that can be costly. In some jurisdictions the municipality has already cleared the title through a court process. That last practice is common in Massachusetts. ( Full Answer )
The lender will require that you pay any liens on your property before it will loan you any money. In most jurisdictions, the office that is handling the legal portion of the financing will have the title checked and will order a certificate from the town that will list any municipal charges that ar…e due. If you have past due property taxes the lender will not consider you a very good risk. At best it will insist that you pay the tax bill. At worst they will decline your loan application. ( Full Answer )
We are in a lease to purchase agreement on a home. We pay taxes each month to the seller. The property taxes have not been paid by the seller to the courthouse Is this legal?
You must read your lease/purchase agreement carefully to see whether the method of handling taxes was specifically addressed (I hope it was) and how this is being handled by your property owner. Even in a standard mortgage agreement (where the mortgage is held by a lending institution) the lender …customarily collects 1/12th of the taxes due on the mortgaged property every month as part of the monthly mortrgage payment - places it into an escrow account - and then pays the property taxes once every year prior to the due date. This is a standard industry procedure. If your lease/purchase agreement does not specifically address this, ask your owner if that is the method he is using. Just because your owner has not been paying taxes monthly to the courthouse does not necessarily mean that he is in arrears. He may simply be doing exactly what the big lending institutions do (i.e.- paying once a year). ON THE OTHER HAND; If your check of the courthouse records reveals that the county considers the property tax on the property to be in arrears, contact your owner immediately and advise him that you are aware of the shorfall and request that he bring the tax payments up to date immediately. In order to protect your investment, not to mention the roof over your head, it probably wouldn't hurt to also contact an attorney that specializes in real estate law at the same time. ( Full Answer )
If you are an individual taxpayer, add together all of the property tax payments you actually made during the calendar year and enter the total on federal Schedule A on the line that says "Real Estate Taxes." Include only payments you actually made during the year. If you make a payment late, deduct… it in the year you paid it, not in the year it was due. ( Full Answer )
"How much tax money does California get back from the federal government?" is the question in my mind too. I did ask Senator Babara Boxer's office by web comment at her web page, got no answer.
State is now 8% but it could be more depending on where you buy it. Different cities/counties add to the basic tax. Some places are nearly 10%. Our registration fees have now doubled too, so if you get a new car think of that. My Pruis will now run me 250.00 for a 5 year old car this is up from the …174.00 I paid this year. ( Full Answer )
Its all based on the city and county you live in. Contact the assessors office in your city and they will tell you exactly. You can reduce your tax assessed if your property value dropped in recent years. Do not over pay!
You owned a home could not pay property taxes a bank purchased the home how long before you have to vacate the property?
I owned a home. I could not pay the property taxes. A bank purchased the home. I never received an eviction notice. How much time do I have before I must vacate? I live in Pennsylvania?
California will attempt to take money from anybody for anything, including states which with they have made reciprocal arrangements. In some "hardship" circumstances, you can outmaneouver them, but you are better off getting your back taxes reduced or eliminated, as back taxes accrue interest and …penalties. ( Full Answer )
Most county property appraiser/assessor offices have a calculator on their web site to estimate the applicable assessed value for new home purchases. Here is a link to the Florida Department of Revenue web site identifying contact info for each county property appraiser's office:. http://dor.myflor…ida.com/dor/property/appraisers.html ( Full Answer )
Does a wife of deceased spouse has to pay back property taxes on land purchased with an association assessed prior to marriage?
No, but if she wants to keep the property she might want to. Any thing that belongs to the person prior the marriage is theirs including debts, so she doesn't owe for that property unless she had title to it now. That's where they may get her.
from what i believe (depending on the county/state) you wouldn't be paying the taxes on the mobile home, but rather the land it is sitting on. This is usually referred to as a tax lien. But most states have a set amount of time that you have to pay the back taxes on before you can obtain the prope…rty/mobile home (there is a legal process to obtain it too) Some states vary from 5-7 yrs ( Full Answer )
Can someone purchase land for unpaid taxes if there is no home on the property and original owner is deceased?
The first step would be to find out if the previous owner granted her/his interest in the land to a third party after their deaths, or whether the property "escheated" to the state because there were no heirs ascertainable. If the land was seized because the owner paid no taxes , the municipality… will have a tax sale on some periodic basis (3mo/6mo/1yr) basis where they auction off places for back taxes. ( Full Answer )
he nearest major airport is Visalia Municipal Airport (VIS / KVIS). This airport has domestic flights from Visalia, California and is about 22 miles from the center of Lemoore, CA.
Yes....They will get you when you try to register it. I was over by 2 days there was an extra fee. I was not aware until the registry worker explained. He also told me that someone else came in that did not register an vehicle he was restoring for almost 7 years. It cost more than what he payed for …the car to take care of all fines. ( Full Answer )
7 days if you e-filed your return and chose direct deposit. . 2 weeks if you e-filed your return and requested your refund by mail. . 8 weeks from the date you mailed your return.
The Federal tax code allows the use of tax-free dollars to pay fortransit commuting and parking costs through employer-sponsoredprograms. Commuter tax benefits are regulated by the InternalRevenue Code, Section 132(f)-Qualified Transportation Fringe. As ofJanuary 2013, the tax code allows tax-free t…ransportation fringebenefits of up to $245 per month per employee for transit expensesand up to $245 per month for qualified parking (including parkingat BART stations.) Qualified parking is defined as parking at ornear an employer's worksite, or at a facility from which employeecommutes via transit, vanpool or carpool). Commuters can receiveboth the transit and parking benefits (up to $490 per month). Note:Effective January 1, 2014 the tax code will change the allowancesof tax-free transportation fringe benefits up to $130 per month peremployee for transit expenses and up to $250 per month forqualified parking. ( Full Answer )
A lawyer we consulted said yes we could. Our situation: We sold and carried a 3 year note, we had to foreclose on the note after the 3 years, during which the buyer did not pay the county property taxes. Amount we're suing for in a Civil Case for unpaid property taxes is approx. $23K, This is unde…r the $25,000 limit in this Civil Case. The lawyer also stated that we did not need an attorney to handle it. We have the forms which are fairly straightforward, there is a $370 filing fee in our county. ( Full Answer )
To find out if back property taxes are owed on property (real estate or personal property) call your local city or county treasurer's office. Some cities and counties have tax collectors or assessors who handle this function. If you are buying real estate your title insurance company will investigat…e any back taxes owned the property for you. ( Full Answer )
Do you have to pay sales tax when purchasing a used car in California if you are an out of state buyer?
It doesn't matter if you buy a candy bar or a car in California; if you take delivery anywhere in the state (except Indian reservations) you must pay sales tax on your purchase.
Most likely. However, the change in assessed value may not be as much as the cost of installing the swimming pool. Contact your local property assessor to find out how they treat the valuation of swimming pools for assessment purposes.
In most states in the United States the annual property tax does not depend on the purchase price or acquisition cost. Only is certain states like California are property assessments and taxes associated with the most recent sales price. Property assessments and taxes within the United States vary f…rom state to state so you will want to check with a local assessor from the state where you are interested in buying real estate. ( Full Answer )
Yes, but the FTB would need to go through a judicial process designed to gain the target state's bank. If it were a bank in, say Nevada, and it was a Nevada corporate account, that would take quite a while for the FTB if they could do it at all. Added: If the bank in question was a branch of a ba…nk operating in CA the court could serve the lien papers on the bank's registered agent in the state of California. ( Full Answer )
You need to check the right of redemption period in your jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions you have a year to redeem the property. However, you will need to pay the costs associated with the tax sale. In other jurisdictions the sale is made through a judicial process that forever bars your right …of redemption . You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. You need to check the right of redemption period in your jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions you have a year to redeem the property. However, you will need to pay the costs associated with the tax sale. In other jurisdictions the sale is made through a judicial process that forever bars your right of redemption . You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. You need to check the right of redemption period in your jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions you have a year to redeem the property. However, you will need to pay the costs associated with the tax sale. In other jurisdictions the sale is made through a judicial process that forever bars your right of redemption . You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. You need to check the right of redemption period in your jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions you have a year to redeem the property. However, you will need to pay the costs associated with the tax sale. In other jurisdictions the sale is made through a judicial process that forever bars your right of redemption . You should consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction. ( Full Answer )
No, not without their written, recorded agreement.Otherwise you are simply a volunteer having paid the taxes .
You should visit the tax assessor's office and ask if there is a tax taking procedure pending. The town can take possession of the property through a legal process when the owner is delinquent on paying their property taxes. Once the land has been taken the town can sell it to a new owner. You shou…ld visit the tax assessor's office and ask if there is a tax taking procedure pending. The town can take possession of the property through a legal process when the owner is delinquent on paying their property taxes. Once the land has been taken the town can sell it to a new owner. You should visit the tax assessor's office and ask if there is a tax taking procedure pending. The town can take possession of the property through a legal process when the owner is delinquent on paying their property taxes. Once the land has been taken the town can sell it to a new owner. You should visit the tax assessor's office and ask if there is a tax taking procedure pending. The town can take possession of the property through a legal process when the owner is delinquent on paying their property taxes. Once the land has been taken the town can sell it to a new owner. ( Full Answer )
Do Oregonians have to pay California vehicle sales tax when purchasing a used vehicle from a dealership?
If you plan on registering the vehicle in OR, then no. You will be issued a "trip permit," which acts as temporary registration until you return to OR.
790 miles taking this route: . Take I-5 SOUTH, from Portland, to CA-198 to LEMOORE at EXIT 334 in CALIFORNIA. . Take CA-198 EAST to Lemoore.
Retirement doesn't qualify you for a property tax abatement, but your age may. Some state in the United States, but not all, have tax relief programs for senior citizens. They typically have an age requirement (say 65 and over) and the tax savings may depend on your household income and assets. Ask …about local assessor about tax relief programs for situation. Each state has different tax laws and some states allow localities to customize their tax relief programs. Local assessors are usually very helpful. ( Full Answer )
Ownership of real property is transferred by a deed. The grantee on that deed is the new owner. If you want to own that same land you need to ask the owner to transfer it to you by a new deed listing you as the grantee. Property should never be purchased in someone else's name.
Property tax credit, or any type of tax return or credit, cantypically only be claimed within the first three years of therelevant year. Unfortunately, there isn't any statute oflimitations the other way around, and property taxes can still becollected after many years.
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Property taxes are taxes on the value of owned property. Sometimes they are classified as either specific or ad. PropertySpecific taxes are of a fixed amount based on a number, or standardof weight or measurement. Ad property taxes are based on a fixedproportion of the value of the property with re…spect to which thetax is assessed. ( Full Answer )
The property tax is determined by the value of the land and houseso it can vary. Another factor is when the house and land wasbought or sold. The date can determine the property tax. In the1970's a tax plan was put into place that determine what ahomeowner pays.