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If the IRS is doing a tax lien on your home, you have to contact them and try to get on a payment plan. You could also file for bankruptcy, which will delay the process, but then they will be able to resume at some point.
You should be able to make arrangements to give them a lump sum now that is smaller than what you owe and then get on a payment plan. If you have any equity in the home you could pull that out through a mortgage and pay them to keep the home.
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