Question: Once I get the deed to a tax sale property, will I be able to take out a loan on that house, or will I have to clear the title first?
Answer: You generally will need to clear title before you can take out a loan. If there is a legal challenge period following foreclosure of a property, during which the previous owner or other interested party can challenge the tax sale, you will normally have to wait for that period to expire before you can clear title. In California, for example, the legal challenge period is one year; in Arkansas it is two years. Usually counties/states advise that you not make any major improvements to the property during this time period.
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