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Mortgage Library: Ask a Mortgage Related Question: Answers: Tax Liens
This depends. The two scenario's that could take place are these:
1. The new mortgage company will ask for a copy of your divorce decree and as long as the decree clearly states that this lien is to be handled by the ex-spouse then you should be able to obtain a mortgage based on your merits.
2. The new mortgage company will ask for a copy of your divorce decree and it will not state who is responsible for the taxes and the new mortgage company will make you pay off the lien before you can purchase a home.
Again your rate you will be quoted will be based on your credit application.
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