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A tax lien is simply a lien on your property similar to a mortgage. This lien is a result of delinquent property taxes that were not paid to the county. The purchaser of your lien paid this delinquency so the county could utilize the revenue in their current budgets. This money is important to schools in particular. To resolve this delinquency, you may pay in full or enter into a payment plan (if possible and if qualified). If you choose not to pay the taxes, a foreclosure will likely be filed within 12-18 months from the date the lien was purchased.

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