What Happens to Past Due Property Tax When I Short Sell my Home?


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What happens to past due property tax when I short sell the home? Well that's a fairly easy one. It's when you short sell your home the property taxes are paid out of closing money and it reduces the amount that your lender receives or agrees to take in satisfaction of their lien and hopefully releases you from any liability on the loan. So those taxes are paid just like any other closing, when you close on your property and sell it to someone else. The back due taxes are paid, since they're a lien against the real property rather than your personal obligation. So they are all taken care of and it is only up to you to negotiate with your lender that they'll take the net proceeds less the payment of the real property taxes in satisfaction of the mortgage.


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