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i have a tax lien from the irs can i still get a mortgage?

By andiecanders623227 from TN May 28th 2014
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IRS liens can attach to property so they usually need some kind of disposition which normally means they would need to be paid off, or at least have a history of making payments to the IRS.

May 28th 2014

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Ron is correct

May 28th 2014

Is it an actual lien on the property, or do you have a payment plan set up with the IRS? if a payment plan has been set up, we need to see the plan and proof of payment.

May 28th 2014

Most likely will either need to be paid prior to or at closing, or you need to show a payment plan with a documented history of paying regularly (probably for several months at a minimum) as others have suggested.

May 29th 2014

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May 29th 2014


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