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Hey today I want to talk about an important topic about Nebraska real estate taxes what happens when you don't pay those taxes owed on your home now the county government needs money to pay for schools and county services and if you don't pay the tax what they do is they will auction off a certificate for your unpaid taxes to investors okay what we call it tax certificate as a homeowner you have three years to redeem that tax certificate by paying the county treasurer the amount of the tax plus you have to pay the interest that accrues at fourteen percent interest okay so you have three years to redeem it if you fail to redeem those tax certificates within three years what happens is the investor has a choice they have two choices open to them the first choice is they can initiate a tax foreclosure lawsuit to have the property sold to repay their investment that's first choice second choice is the investor may ask the homeowner to pay the tax by sending out a special 90-day warning letter that says you know you failed to repay the tax within the three years allowed this is a final 90 day notice if you don't pay the tax within that period of time then the investor may apply to the treasurer for a deed to the home what we call it treasurer's deed and at that point in time you no longer own your home so it's a very dangerous process and investors are very much motivated to become owners of that property so if you don't pay the tax a certificate is sold for the unpaid taxes you have three years to redeem it if you don't pay it the investor can send you a final 90-day warning if you don't pay it by then you no longer own the home now what do you do if you can't pay the tax how do you go about it the county treasurer will let you make a payment on delinquent taxes however they will not take partial payments they want in an higher year of taxes plus interest at fourteen percent paid in one lump sum one solution to this problem that we work with is to use chapter 13 bankruptcy to force the county treasurer to accept monthly payments on your unpaid taxes chapter 13 is a three to five-year payment plan and unlike paying the treasurer directly in one lump sum we actually can pay that tax over a monthly payment over three to five years with interest while you're any chapter 13 the investor cannot start a tax foreclosure if they've started one that proceeding is put on hold until the bankruptcy is completed or they cannot apply for a treasures d they are frozen and forbidden from doing anything without bankruptcy court approval so chapter 13 will give you the time necessary to repay the tox and to protect your home.