The National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) was founded in 1997 as a nonprofit professional trade organization for the tax lien industry. It is dedicated to representing the interest of investors lenders, service providers, and government officials in regards to tax lien sales, as well as promoting the benefit of those sales as reliable income for municipal, county, and some state budgets. The NTLA also provides networking and training opportunities for those in the tax lien industry.
The mission of the National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) is to be the primary organization advancing the legislative, regulatory, business, public relations and educational interests of the tax lien industry in the United States. The association is committed to upholding high standards of ethical conduct and operating in accordance with all applicable federal and state laws and administrative rules.
The NTLA will host the 2015 Fall Symposium on October 8th & 9th in New York City at the Le Parker Meridian Hotel. Expert speakers and panelists from both sectors will come together to share ideas and enhance the knowledge of attendees. Tax lien investors, lenders, servicers, attorneys, auction vendors, lien traders, title servicers and government officials will discuss the current challenges and lessons to be learned.
The NTLA continues its research to provide numerical data to educate both public and private sectors on delinquent property tax volumes and tax foreclosures in the United States. Specifically, how many owner occupants lose their homes from the non-payment of property taxes. Read More>>
The National Tax Lien Association monitors and defends legislation, expands markets, and provides members with tools and resources to make informed decisions on key issues. StateNet from LexisNexis is a monumental tool that we have recently added to our shared toolbox. The NTLA has worked with StateNet to create a customized legislative reporting service based upon the issues that affect the tax lien and tax deed industry and will use it to analyze and share information. Read More>>