Need to Sell A Home with a Lien or Judgment Against It?

Don't worry, we'll buy your house for cash and pay off any outstanding liens or judgments

Do you have a property tax lien or federal tax lien against your property? Did a contractor you hired put a mechanic lien (or contractor’s lien) against your home? Did you lose a court battle that resulted in a judgment lien? Or maybe you’re behind on child support, resulting in a child support lien. Even unpaid medical bills can result in a lien or, if you’re over 55, a Medicaid lien can be filed.

If you need to sell your house fast, even if it has liens or judgments against it, we can pay cash and settle any outstanding issues with your home. Don’t worry about the paperwork and how you’ll handle paying off your liens, we’ll make sure the escrow company takes care of any liens, so you don’t have to. You’ll get to walk away from the closing table with your portion of the proceeds from the home sale, without worrying about any liens or judgments.

So if you’re looking to sell your home, even if it’s in the near future, we buy houses with liens and judgments all over Alabama and Tennessee, including Memphis, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Huntsville, and surrounding areas. Click the button below to get a cash offer or call us. We can help settle any issues you’re facing by buying your house for cash and close in as little as 7 days!

Unbelievable how quick they were. After the phone call, I got the offer the next day and we set up closing. Things went very smoothly.
Jeff Harris

Memphis, TN

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Moses Buys Houses is a real estate solutions company and we buy houses in Alabama and Tennessee. We’re a family-owned and operated business and we assist homeowners, from all walks of life, out of difficult situations. We always look for win-win solutions for people or we don’t do a deal — everyone needs to feel taken care of and happy when all is said and done.


Call Moses Buys Houses Today at (423) 375-8575

Need to Sell Your Home with a Lien or Judgment?