Northeast Revenue Service, LLC specializes in municipal and financial advisory services. Along with the law firm of Caverly, Shea, Phillips, and Rodgers LLC, Northeast Revenue Service, LLC provides a wide range of value-added business and legal services to municipal and private clients including counties, cities, school districts and other municipal government entities. We take a consultative approach in delivering the highest customer service and quality for our partners.
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August 27, 2015
An overflow crowd showed up for Luzerne County’s main annual free-and-clear tax auction Thursday morning, prompting officials to move the bidding from a jury room to the county courthouse rotunda. Clark Van Orden | Times Leader
Jazmin and Luis Reyna came to Luzerne County’s popular main annual free-and-clear tax auction Thursday with thousands of dollars they had saved up and a longing to buy their first home.
They were less confident once they stepped inside the county courthouse in Wilkes-Barre.
An unprecedented crowd of prospective bidders prompted tax claim officials to hastily move the free-and-clear auction into the rotunda because everyone couldn’t safely fit inside a jury room that has better acoustics.
April 9, 2015
Luzerne County databaseThe owner of this Sugarloaf Township property owes $63,234 in real estate taxes.
A Sugarloaf Township residence stands out in the upcoming Luzerne County back-tax auction roster because owner Robert Nemeth owes $63,234 in real estate taxes dating back a decade.
Debts of this magnitude are rare these days in the county because its outside tax-claim operator — Northeast Revenue Service, LLC — has been aggressive about bringing delinquent properties to auction.
March 15, 2014
John Rodgers, president of Northeast Revenue Service LLC
Owners of multiple properties in Luzerne County and elsewhere sometimes let real estate taxes slide on their less valuable holdings.
The delinquent properties won’t go to auction for 21 months, giving them time to figure out if they can or want to pay the taxes to keep them. The back taxes have no bearing on their freedom to sell or refinance other properties in good tax standing.
That’s changed with a new state law that quietly passed in November as part of an attempt to target slumlords and individuals and companies with financial means who neglect taxes on some properties.
Questions? Call Northeast Revenue Service, LLC at 570.270.55571170 Highway 315 • Suite 2 • Plains, PA 18702Phone: 570.270.5557 or Fax: 570.270.5559Copyright © 2016
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