Tax Foreclosure FAQ's

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Tax Foreclosure FAQ's

As a homeowner, if you do not pay your tax liabilities, a tax lien foreclosure may be brought by the local government against you, seeking to sell your house to collect the delinquent taxes. Depending on the property, this can involve failure to pay state and federal income taxes in addition to property taxes and other municipal charges.

If a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is filed prior to the Real Estate Tax Sale, the owner can remain in their home. This allows the homeowner to have time to restructure the debts they owe and make monthly payments on the property taxes, among other debt obligations.