Is there any way to refi a home with a ten yr old tax lien on it? We have approx 60k equity in it.

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Answered by Chad Freeman, Branch ManagerPRO+ in Bethesda, MD
Hello Barb:

Yes it can be done. If you were going to refinance ("cash-out") & use the equity in the home to payoff the tax lien, there are investors who will accept this. Their primary concern is the protection of the asset. Of course, you would need to qualify for the refinance on your own as you would any other refinance transaction. | 11.10.14 @ 21:13
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