Thinking about selling your property fast but are burdened with back taxes? Selling a house with a tax lien or any type of lien against it is possible but it can be very complicated. Here’s a useful guide to help you plan your moves and effectively sell your property even if you have problems with delinquent taxes.
Do a title search to check for any and all types of liens against your property – whether that be property tax lien, IRS lien, outstanding debt due to child support that is owed, and the like. This will help you factor in your unpaid dues when negotiating the sales price. Hire a realtor who can guide you in determining the home’s market value and dealing with creditors.
Any type of lien on a property can be a deal breaker, as most buyers prefer properties with clean titles. That’s why it’s important to work with a real estate expert who can help you to effectively secure lien releases while calming the fears of potential buyers. Once you get offers on your property, thoroughly assess them to determine which is most profitable.
Make sure that you pay all liens in full when the sale of the property pushes through. You will need to provide the closing attorney with proceeds from the sale that will be used to cover the liens and any other expenses that were not covered by the buyer. Be present at the closing to sign and finalize transfer documents.
Contact lien holders a few weeks after closing the deal to double check if they have received payment. You’ll also have to verify if liens have already been recorded as paid in the county deed books.
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More often than not, liens have to be fully settled before a home can be sold. Most buyers will see liens as red flags and an inconvenience that they don’t want to deal with. Securing lien releases to clear a title is a very time-consuming and expensive process, especially if it involves hiring legal experts to deal with complicated issues.
We can help you avoid all these troubles by giving you a fair cash offer for your property with a lien against it. Our years of expertise show that we can resolve your situation, provide you with a quick infusion of cash, and help you move on to better opportunities.
Having second thoughts about selling a home with a judgment lien? The task is not impossible but it can be very difficult. You’ll have to develop a plan to pay your debt and satisfy your creditors to close a deal. You may opt to pay the judgment at closing and proceeds from the sale go to the creditor.
We offer a faster and more convenient alternative so you won’t have to wait for days for a right buyer to come along. Sell your property to us and we’ll help you get cash to settle the judgment lien and put the unwanted home behind you.
The SBA may put a lien on the property of a business owner who fails to pay back loans. It is very challenging for an owner to sell a property with a SBA Loan Lien against it, and most buyers will not want to be involved in such a complicated transaction. The owner may still try to negotiate with the SBA to have the lien removed through the sale of the property. In most cases, the SBA will only agree to the proposal on the condition that the seller will receive no profit or benefit from the sale of the property.
We’ll be interested to buy your property no matter what type of lien you’re up against.
Medicaid may put a lien on the property of a beneficiary and seek reimbursement for the amount of money spent on caring for the bereaved beneficiary. When the property is sold, the state may require that proceeds from the sale be used to pay the debt.
Concerned that you won’t be able to sell a property with a Medicaid Lien on it? We are professional cash property buyers who can work with you to settle the terms of the lien with Medicaid. We’ll help make the process simple and easy and buy your property fast for cash.