Is There a Lien on my House?

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If you want to find out if there is a lien your house, you can visit the courthouse in your county and look it up. To save you on legwork, you could also hire a title company to research this for you.
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You can find out if there is a lien on your house by contacting the bank or mortgage company who has your home loan. If you own your home free and clear then you need to call the county courthouse where you live and they can tell you.
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