I went into the county online system to check for tax liens; I have one under my name from the IRS for taxes. Does this mean that my home has a tax lien or does the exact address or lot have to be included in the tax lien?
Im trying to do an Owner Finance with my home but working out a payment plan with the IRS for some 1040's; there is a lien on the county from them..can I sell the property owner finance?
The realtor is telling me to do a title search?
Are we obligated to inform the buyer? Will we need to record the deed?
what type of attorney do you recommend for this? I feel my realtor does not know 100%...what should I do to protect myself
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