What would you like to do?
It is possible to go to the Register Of Deeds office at your county court house. Take along a tax bill or something else with the legal description of your property. Someone t…here will help but be prepared to spend several hours. Another more costly way would be to have a local title company run a search for you. You could find one in the YP or any search engine. Depending upon where you live, the city Town Hall assessor's office is a good place to start. Now in New England most assessor's offices are on line and you can find the liens placed on a piece of real property in the town's database system. You can always check through the recording books to double check. A good real estate attorney always has someone in their office doing this for a small fee if you do not want to do it yourself.
Answer To find out if there is a lien on your house, you can research this at your local register of deeds office and or research this with the local court …of clerks office in your county in which you live or for the county where the property is located.
Answer just like any other house you just hve to pay the tax lien to who evers holding it against the house Really? I would only have to pay the tax lein, no other… hidden fees?
How do you find out about your credit report that says you have a tax lien I have paid all my taxes and really don't own much but a car I rent the house I live in?
Answer Pull your credit report. Evaluate what is NOT correct. Challenge all items you believe are incorrect. Each credit reporting agency must demand …verification of all challenged items with the original creditor and have a response within thirty days. Your demand for validity should be in writing sent return receipt requested.
A person doesn't have a lien; only property can have a lien.
Visit the land records office in your jurisdiction and ask the staff to assist you in checking your name in the grantor index. Any liens should be indexed under your name and …you can obtain copies of any that you find.
Purchasing a house is probably the biggest investment you will make in your life. As such it is advisable to make the purchase using the services of an attorney or lawye…r. It will be their job to find this sort of thing out for you. It will cost you a bit of money to hire them but if they make a mistake they can be made to compensate you, if you do the purchase yourself and make a mistake you may lose a lot more money than the attorney's fees.
There are some excellent programs and books out there that will provide you with an answer to this question. (http://tax-sale-lien-reviews.com)
No. They would need to obtain a judgment lien against you in court and provide proof that you asked them to pay your taxes and promised to pay them back. Otherwise, in Massach…usetts, they would be considered a volunteer.
There are programs and books with state-by-state guides on where to find tax lien properties and sales. Visit the link below for the website, Tax Sale/Lien Reviews, to l…earn about these helpful resources.
Eventually the city will take possession of the property and sell it.
Definitely. If the buyer change his/ her decisions or suddenly vanish, one can make an application to the court to cancel the sales contract. The liens will still exist unles…s you terminate the lien contract by notifying the other party to the contract. Any forms of notification is accepted as long as it is expressively stated in the contract. If you have any further questions, you may contact a lawyer for contract examination
You pay a visit to your local land records office and ask for a copy of the lien.
You need to pay the lien. A prudent buyer has the title examined before purchase. That way, liens are disclosed and the seller must pay them out of the proceeds of the sale. T…hen the buyer takes title free and clear of liens. You need to pay the lien. A prudent buyer has the title examined before purchase. That way, liens are disclosed and the seller must pay them out of the proceeds of the sale. Then the buyer takes title free and clear of liens. You need to pay the lien. A prudent buyer has the title examined before purchase. That way, liens are disclosed and the seller must pay them out of the proceeds of the sale. Then the buyer takes title free and clear of liens. You need to pay the lien. A prudent buyer has the title examined before purchase. That way, liens are disclosed and the seller must pay them out of the proceeds of the sale. Then the buyer takes title free and clear of liens.
Not without satisfying the lien or you can subordinate a tax lien in order to sell the house. Sometimes, the IRS will allow you to do this, if they believe it will help you to… pay your tax liability.
Call any title company (or abstract company) in your area and they'll do a title search for you. For a fee, of course.
Some property records are public record and available at the County Courthouse. If it isn't public record, you have no right to know.