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Can my house be foreclosed for back taxes?
If you have failed to pay your property taxes, your municipality will most likely place a tax lien against your house. This lien follows your home, which means even if you were to sell the property, the tax bill still remains on that house.
A tax lien can also result in your property being entered into foreclosure. If you fail to make an arrangement with your tax collector’s office, you will expect to have your home foreclosed upon and buyers interested in buying a home with back taxes may be able to purchase it.
If you are facing foreclosure because of back taxes, consider the following options:
Your lawyer can help you to find a solution to this problem, but you need to act quickly to prevent foreclosure.
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