REGISTRATION OPEN: Navigating Tax Deed Traps Webinar

Wednesday, August 28, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Free for NHMA Members/Associate Members/State Agencies
Non-member* Fee: $20.00
*Non-member attendance is for non-member schools. Non-member village districts, counties, regional planning commissions, or other municipal entities interested in attending NHMA workshops/webinars can contact to learn about becoming a member. NHMA reserves the right to restrict access to these webinars.

Did you know that a municipality may be required to compensate the former owner of a tax-deeded property even if the municipality keeps the property?

Learn more from this fast-paced and informative webinar that every tax collector, city and town administrator, municipal legal counsel, and municipal official needs to know about retaining and selling tax-deeded property.

This presentation will provide a brief overview of the tax-deeding process and will address several common (but frequently misunderstood) tax-deeding pitfalls:

  • Excess proceeds distributions to former owners and lienholders when a municipality elects to keep a tax-deeded property for municipal use
  • Whether a municipality should merge adjacent tax-deeded properties prior to selling or retaining them
  • The types of restrictions a municipality may impose on properties that it intends to sell
  • The pros and cons of the various methods of selling tax-deeded properties
  • The process for disposing of properties with unknown owners

Join attorneys Rick Sager and Weston Sager for this presentation. Rick and Weston practice real estate law and municipal law at Sager & Smith, PLLC in Ossipee, NH. They are also licensed auctioneers and co-owners of NH Tax Deed & Property Auctions—a municipal real estate auction company that includes legal support with its auction services.

Registration & Cancellation
Members, you must be logged in to receive member pricing.  If you register but cannot attend, a recording of the webinar will be provided. Non-members who register but cannot attend, will receive a copy of the recording as long as payment has been received.  Registration is available until 5:00 pm on August 26, 2024. Registrations after this time cannot be guaranteed. You will receive email confirmation from providing you with webinar access information.  You cannot cancel if you have signed up to attend a webinar.

You must first login to NHMA’s new portal to register for the workshop. Check if you have a profile in our portal by following these login instructions.  Don’t have a login? Contact us at for more assistance.

Once you are logged in, follow these steps to register for the workshop.

Please email us at if you have trouble registering for an event, and send other questions to

Register Here