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Can you get a mortgage if I have tax liens?
You cannot get a mortgage loan if you are delinquent with any government debt unless you have a written payment plan and have made at least three months worth of payments. If you have outstanding tax liens, you need to arrange a payment plan with the Internal Revenue Service and make at least three payments to them and provide the mortgage lender with three canceled checks which has been cashed by the IRS. Once the mortgage lender sees that you have a bona fide written payment agreement with the IRS and have seen three months of canceled checks, you should be okay and proceed with the mortgage application process. Here are some articles with tax liens and payment plans:



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