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PROPERTY LIENS (VOLUNTARY AND INVOLUNTARY)
A lien is a legal recorded claim against a property. The claim ties up the property as a way to collect money that the owner owes. A lien is a red flag that can stop the owner from selling or refinancing the home without first paying off the debt and having the lien removed.
CHECK FOR LIENS BEFORE YOU BUY
Before buying a distressed home, you should check for liens against the property such as:
Delinquent Tax Liens: The local government has the right to impose a property tax lien, that includes accrued interest and penalties, on a property.
IRS Liens: The Internal Revenue Service can impose a lien on the property for unpaid tax, plus interest and penalties.
Mechanics Liens: a mechanics lien can be leveraged by a contractor - a plumber, gardener, electrician, etc... for the unpaid amount.
Credit Liens: Homeowner credit card debt would become a lien if the credit card company goes to court to secure a judgment against the property.
Judgment Liens: If a homeowner loses a lawsuit, a judgment can be attached to the property. That home will be tied to the lien until the owner satisfies the judgment.
PROPERTY LIENS REPORT (sample)
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OWNERSHIP AND DEBT INFORMATION
PROPERTY TAX STATUS
Verify the current property tax status that is assessed on the property, by the local assessor. Read more >
CURRENT MORTGAGE REPORT
Discover the current outstanding mortgage(s), amount(s), recording date, status, lender and borrower information.
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FORECLOSURE ACTIVITIES
Uncover possible foreclosure activities such as Notice of Default, Notice of Sale or similar legal action on the subject property. Read more >
OWNERSHIP HISTORY
Learn about current owner information, price history, mortgage transaction record and previous residents who have lived at this address. Read more >