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 91 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Re: Re: Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 26, 2018, 05:59:39 PM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by mountainman
Dave

Five or more, depending on the property and its past uses as revealed in the Phase I.  

Never say never as to redemptions.....perhaps Curtis (aka Hill-Billy) will work out a deal with the current owners and scoop up these lovely gems.

If you are in the hole boring business, then that motto makes perfect sense.

 Cool

I am Mountainman

My friend the tax man

in this racket we do what we can,

If I didn't aim to win I would be remiss

of course all you do is come here and p?&&,

I doth must to ye confeth

I am not scared off by crystal meth,

If you think you've figured me out

then feel free to continue to spout,

For I am Mountainman





 92 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Re: Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 26, 2018, 02:11:47 PM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by Frank
Dave

Five or more, depending on the property and its past uses as revealed in the Phase I.  

Never say never as to redemptions.....perhaps Curtis (aka Hill-Billy) will work out a deal with the current owners and scoop up these lovely gems.

If you are in the hole boring business, then that motto makes perfect sense.

 Cool

 93 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Re: Re: Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 25, 2018, 05:41:24 AM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by Dave2
Dave

Once the geo-tech work is done and if there are contaminants found, then the real dollars start to roll out for the clean-up.   Might as well take your dollar bills and light them up as you pour them into the hole that I have drilled for you.  

Frank:

I don't know where you are getting away with only one borebole, more likely five i.e. one for each corner and

one in the center if you want an all clear engineering certification. i.e. $20,000 alone just for the testing.

My first rule of holes is, "Stop digging".  

The only saving grace with these properties is I do not expect them to be redeemed.

This is a risky business.   I think it was you or PFM who said long ago the first rule of tax sales.   " With tax sales you have to remember there is a problem with the property or the owner"

In this county this is the third tax sale in a row with contaminated property on the sale.   LOL

Dave

 94 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Re: Re: Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 24, 2018, 08:18:22 PM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by mountainman
Dave

Let me know if you need boreholes....I have connections in that industry.   

Your hole is our goal. Cool

Once the geo-tech work is done and if there are contaminants found, then the real dollars start to roll out for the clean-up.   Might as well take your dollar bills and light them up as you pour them into the hole that I have drilled for you.

I am Mountainman

Frankie, Frankie, Frankie

now you want to be me?

Your hole

is our goal?

For I am Mountainman


 95 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Re: Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 24, 2018, 05:29:59 PM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by Frank
Dave

Let me know if you need boreholes....I have connections in that industry.   

Your hole is our goal. Cool

Once the geo-tech work is done and if there are contaminants found, then the real dollars start to roll out for the clean-up.   Might as well take your dollar bills and light them up as you pour them into the hole that I have drilled for you.

 96 
 Tax Sale Forum / Property Information / Interesting Risks on Upcoming Trent Hills Tax Sale
 on: September 24, 2018, 03:21:55 PM 
Started by Dave2 - Last post by Dave2
Some interesting risks on the upcoming Trent Hills tax sale (more then 1 property)

221 Banta Road (Warkworth) former meth lab.

https://www.northumberlandnews.com/news-story/3911980-update-ministry-of-environment-assisting-police-with-meth-lab-clean-up/

At the other site make sure you get the oil rights. (hint hint)  What is really risky is this potential risk does not show on title because the electronic ownership record does not go that far back when it was transferred to land

titles.    i.e.  this risk problem happened so long ago the only way to find it was in a pre world war 2 aerial photographs and to search the registry books.    

Proving either of these properties saleable even if there are no problems is expensive.   Standard Phase 1 environmental costs are about $3,000 and Phase II costs are about $4,000 (PER BORE HOLE) including taxes (HST) for both.  

I am not certain if there is a surcharge for former meth labs.  

 97 
 Sheriff Sales / Foreclosures / General Discussion / Re: Municipality delays deed transfer more then a month
 on: September 22, 2018, 01:05:28 PM 
Started by bee - Last post by Dave2
Hello, when municipality intentionally delays deed transfer, is any way to pressure them to speed it up, may be file complain in Municipal Tax Act overlooking agency?
So frasrtrating they sooo slow, lazy assess.
Thanks.

Bee:  

Check if the problem is with the Municipality or their lawyer.  In small municipalities that only do tax sales every several years I have had the same problem but it was caused by their lawyer who takes his or her time.

In that case check with the treasurer.

Dave

 98 
 Sheriff Sales / Foreclosures / General Discussion / Re: Municipality delays deed transfer more then a month
 on: September 21, 2018, 07:58:26 PM 
Started by bee - Last post by mountainman
Hello, when municipality intentionally delays deed transfer, is any way to pressure them to speed it up, may be file complain in Municipal Tax Act overlooking agency?
So frasrtrating they sooo slow, lazy assess.
Thanks.

I am Mountainman

How long have you been doing this

sometimes you stand against the wind to p$&",

It's time for you to grow up

we've all taken one in the bu&@

For I am Mountainman

 99 
 Sheriff Sales / Foreclosures / General Discussion / Municipality delays deed transfer more then a month
 on: September 21, 2018, 06:42:21 AM 
Started by bee - Last post by bee
Hello, when municipality intentionally delays deed transfer, is any way to pressure them to speed it up, may be file complain in Municipal Tax Act overlooking agency?
So frasrtrating they sooo slow, lazy assess.
Thanks.

 100 
 Sheriff Sales / Foreclosures / General Discussion / 138 Lakeshore Dr., Wheatley
 on: September 17, 2018, 06:25:50 PM 
Started by ErnestBidder - Last post by ErnestBidder
  138 Lakeshore Dr., Wheatley looks like it could be a nice win for someone within travelling distance. No one is posting, so Dave2 must be holding his continuous beer bashes again!

  :>))

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