Dallas Church Hit With Huge $170K Tax Bill After Buying Foreclosed Property

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Dallas Church Hit With Huge $170K Tax Bill After Buying Foreclosed Property

Dallas Church Hit With Huge $170K Tax Bill After Buying Foreclosed Property

(CBSDFW.COM) – 

At $25,000, the congregation at the Set Free Deliverance Church in southeast Dallas thought their new land purchase was a good deal.

Then an unexpected tax bill arrived for $170,000 on their newly-purchased, foreclosed property.

“We did not set out to throw money away,” says Annie Rolfe, whose father, Rev. Morris Rolfe, took a different route in trying to get new land for their church.

Foreclosed property –– with existing back taxes now wiped away –– is most frequently auctioned off at the courthouse steps.  But property that still gets no buyer at the Sheriff’s auction goes back to a government, like the city of Dallas, to try again.

It’s called ‘struck off’ property.

(CBSDFW.COM)

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