Can I sell my house with a tax lien? I tremble at the name IRS, but according to them, I MUST pay the delinquent taxes BEFORE I can sell (or refinance) my home. According to that government agency, which will go nameless, I must satisfy the debt of any back taxes or delinquent payments before closing. If I do not repay before closing, then the delinquent amount will be deducted from my proceeds as the seller – it does NOT raise the selling price of the house.
A “tax lien” is a claim the government makes against your property if you neglect to pay, or are delinquent on taxes you owe to the IRS. These can be income taxes, property taxes, or other dues you owe.
The lien only exists after the federal government assesses your liability (a.k.a. records your overdue balance), and then sends you a Notice and Demand for Payment (a.k.a. the bill that tells you how much you owe.
Thanks to the economic downturn, the government has systems in place to help homeowners who are struggling. The IRS says you as the taxpayer can request them to discharge the amount you owe – only to allow the sale to be completed. This is also true in the case of refinancing or restructuring your mortgage. They also offer Direct Debit Installment Agreement programs (DDIA) that will make it easier for homeowners to get their lien withdrawals granted upon payment.
Let’s say you are selling an apartment for $100,000, and you still need to pay $80,000 for your current mortgage.
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