Yes, it will affect your credit. My sister had a lien and she could not get some credit she applied for because of it.
The lien can be reported to a credit reporting agency.
Yes. Any lien affects credit.Yes. Any lien affects credit.Yes. Any lien affects credit.Yes. Any lien affects credit.
The lien is probably still in place, and the fact that it was filed is still on your credit file.
It would not affect your credit at all because you are merely the tenant and are renting the property. Since you do not own it, and the owner is the person that has the lien filed against them, it will not affect you or your credit.
Yes. A lien will show up on your credit record whether you paid cash or mortgaged your property.
If it shows on your CR, it will effect how lenders extend credit to you.
Yes, a lien on your title, which clouds it, becomes public record and can affect your credit rating.
No. There is no such thing as a lien on credit because credit is not tangible property. A lien can be applied to property only.
Generally, tax liens (both state, county and federal) do appear on your credit report and will impact your credit worthiness.
Yes, liens against real property are very damaging to one's credit score and can make it difficult to obtain future credit.
If the lien is reported to your the 3 credit reporting agencies or even one as a collection it will effect your credit. If the lien is just on your home it will not effect your credit however you will have to pay the lien off when you sell or refinance your property. Also some of these liens have running interest which can be a shock in the future.