Using Tax Delinquent Data

Understanding tax delinquency criteria

Updated over a week ago

Property owners are required to pay their property taxes. If the owner fails to pay these taxes by the initial due date, the unpaid portion ultimately becomes delinquent. Like foreclosure, tax delinquency is a sign of distress, and a potential source of home and property owners that may need your help.

To see if tax delinquency data is available in your county, check our coverage specifics. By clicking the state in which the county is located, you can review the county (listed alphabetically) information for that state, including Property Tax Status. This shows the year in which we started tracking tax status and delinquency in that county.

PropertyRadar receives tax delinquency updates daily, but how often a given property is updated varies by county. PropertyRadar users buying at trustee sales should still get the latest payment status directly from the county tax collector before bidding. When you select a state's page from our national coverage web page, the specifics of what we provide for each county in that state are shown.

Finding Tax Delinquent Properties

Using Discover in PropertyRadar, you can select Property Tax in your Search for Properties. There you can choose from the following tax delinquent search criteria:

  • Property Tax Delinquent?

  • Years Property Tax Delinquent

  • Property Tax Delinquent Amount

The Property & Owner Profile provides payment status, and delinquency fields including:

  • Tax Payment installments and status

  • Delinquent Since year

  • Delinquent Amount

  • Number of Missed Payments

Exports can show whether or not a property is tax delinquent, when the Tax Delinquent? field is selected.

For information about which subscription plans offer our premium tax delinquency data, see our pricing information. Or contact Customer Support for subscription information.

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