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Tax Lien Listing Information

Assateague Rd, Berlin, MD 21811

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TAX LIEN

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Berlin, Maryland 21811
Worcester County

Listing ID: 56720606

Inactive

2 Baths,

840 sq. ft.

  • Listing History
    Start Date End Date Listing Type Details
    05/18/19 11/16/19 Tax Lien View now
    05/17/13 11/15/13 Tax Lien View now
  • AVM Analysis  
    • Valuation Estimate: $94,300
  • Property Information  
    • Bathrooms: 2
    • Living Area Size: 840
    • Year Built: 1985
    • Description: Mobile home
  • Property Tax Roll  
    • Improvement Value: $13,600
    • Tax Year: 2020
    • Assessed Value: $94,200
    • Assessed Year: 2019
    • Building Assessed Value: $13,500
    • Land Value: $80,700
    • Parcel Number: 03-015904
    • Property Type: Mobile Home
    • Land Assessed Value: 80700
  • County Tax Roll  
    • Baths: 2
    • Full Baths: 2
    • No. of Stories: 1
    • Exterior Wall Type: ALUMINUM/VINYL
    • Frame Type: METAL
    • Heating Type: HOT AIR
    • Land Area Sqft: 38,681
    • Year Built: 1985
    • APN: 0025-0016-0033-0000-0000
    • Property Type: Single Family Residence
    • Township: 03
    • Living Sqft: 840
    • Mobile Home Indicator: Y
    • Style: MOBILE HOME
    • Sewer Type: PRIVATE
    • Water Type: PRIVATE
  • Tax Lien Information  
    • 1st Defendant/Borrower/Owner Company Name: PURNELL CYNTHIA
    • Mailing Address: 10349 ASSATEAGUE ROAD
    • Mailing City: BERLIN
    • Mailing State: MD
    • Mailing Zipcode: 21811
    • Delinquent Amount: $1,963
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The subject records reflect an existing real property tax delinquency with respect to the noted properties. Many delinquencies are paid in full prior to any tax sale or have been paid since the noted data has been generated. These delinquencies do not represent tax sale certificates, tax deeds or impending tax sales or foreclosure. You should speak with the local tax assessor or tax collector concerning the method of sale used by the local municipality to address delinquent taxes including the timing of such a sale and the current delinquency, if any, of any property of interest. If you contact a local tax official you will need to have the address of the property, the parcel identification number or other identifying information depending on the requirements of that agency.

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