condo fees (old liens)after tax sale

On my “tax repo” list are a number of time-shares and condos: I know the
tax sale will wipe out most of the liens, but what about old condo assosiation and maintenance fees: will they follow me and become encumbrances on my new deed?

Condo dues are a strange animal. I believe they stay in most all states if properly filed. Somebody has to pay all the expenses of these associations. They could not survive if the cost was easily erased.

Thank you,

Ted P. Stokely Jr
11505 Sw Oaks
Austin, Texas 78737

512-301-9171 home
512-587-6177 mobile

According to the Texas Tax Code an association fee or due will survive the tax foreclosure.

You should factor this amount into your investment analysis and always make sure you contact the association to determine the total amount owed.

This is not included in the tax suit (typically) and will survive forecloure.