How can you sell your house with a lien against it?
There are a variety of reasons someone can place a lien on your house.
Maybe you fell behind on tax payments, and the IRS issued a lien.
Or, it could be a contractor filed a “mechanic’s lien” or construction lien following a dispute over payment.
A homeowners association can invoke a lien for nonpayment of HOA fees, or repeated violations of HOA rules.
Creditors can place a lien on your home, if a court declares a judgment in their favor.
Even worse, someone can placed a lien against your property without you knowing it right away – and you may not find out until you try to sell.
We Buy Houses With Liens and Judgments
Selling a house with a lien can be a difficult and expensive process. A title company will find any liens in a title search before closing, and can completely derail the sale.
Here’s some good news: we buy houses fast, for cash, even if the house has a lien!
It works like this:
- You call us or contact us online for a free, zero-obligation consultation.
- We arrange a visit to your home at a convenient time.
- Within 24 hours of our visit, we make you a cash offer.
- If you accept, we can close within 7 days.
How does that sound? You could go from weeks or months navigating the lien clearing process to being out from under your house by this time next week.