What Are Super Liens and Which States Have Them?

A lien is money you owe to someone that has been placed on your property. A common example of a lien on your home is your mortgage. If you live in a community with an HOA, your HOA can also put a lien on your home if you fail to pay your dues for a long period of time. A super lien is one type of lien that is making waves. Learn what a super lien is, why mortgage lenders don’t like them and which states have them.    Read the article…………….


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