Liens? Judgements? Garnishment?

We know that the average Realtor will run away if they know you have clouds on your title, but we won’t desert you.

Liens and Judgements are Serious Business

If a creditor gets a judgment against you, they can then place a lien on your property. A lien gives that creditor an interest in your property so that they can get paid for the debt you owe. If you sell the property, the creditor will be paid first before you receive any proceeds from the sale. And in some cases, the lien gives the creditor the right to force a sale of your property in order to get paid, in other words – They can force you into FORECLOSURE

We deal with so many properties that, even a Federal IRS Lien is not necessarily a deal killer.

Sometimes, property owners may discover that a mechanic’s lien was placed on the property if there was a problem involving payment for construction or redevelopment work that was contracted. The mechanic’s lien will remain in place until all the costs for labor and material  have been resolved, and we are EXPERTS at resolving such issues!. A lien remains with the property rather than the property owner, which would force any buyer of the property to assume responsibility for resolving the associated issues. A cloud on the title like this would definitely discourage other potential buyers from buying the property; but not us.

Granted, these are serious problems, and not always fixable, but with our vast experience we have produced results repeatedly, even with folks in YOUR POSITION.

Don’t be discouraged from selling your house because you have liens, judgments or title problems. We are experts at dealing with these situations.


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