Texas Property Tax Lienholders Association: encouraging honest lenders

Published by Research Editor on August 5th, 2013 - in Loans

Sometimes it feels like businesses exist to rip you off. Everything’s a scam and nobody speaks honestly anymore.

When it comes to finding a property tax loan lender, unethical behavior is unacceptable. If you’re going to trust your money to a lender, they must have integrity.

One way to encourage ethical business practices is to only work with those who have pledged to be honest. The Texas Property Tax Lienholders Association (TPTLA) requires its members to promise to conduct business honestly, honorably, and with integrity.

They also promise to keep non-public information confidential, respect your rights, and treat you fairly.

The TPTLA is a great place to look for a property tax loan lender. There are lots of predatory lenders out there; the TPTLA sort of acts as a regulatory body amongst the honest lenders.

(UPDATE: As of 8/5 the TPTLA site is down for updates, but we anticipate it coming back up soon)

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