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Understanding Property Taxes in Missouri

Owning a home in Missouri comes with the responsibility of paying annual property taxes. These taxes fund essential community services like police, firefighters, and education. While these taxes are often included in mortgage payments, once the mortgage is paid off, the onus falls on the homeowner to continue paying them. Failure to do so can lead to severe consequences.


The Tax Title List and Liens

If you miss your property tax payments, your name and property address will be added to a Tax Title list. This triggers a property tax lien, a legal claim against your property, recorded at the local County Registry of Deeds. In Jackson County, for instance, if taxes remain unpaid for three years, you'll receive a foreclosure citation.


Notice of Intent and Tax Sales

Before your property is sold to recover the unpaid taxes, a notice of intent to sell is sent out and published in local newspapers. Tax sales usually occur at the Kansas City Courthouse and the Independence Courthouse.


How We Can Assist You

Selling House with Property Tax Lien

Contact us to sell your house before it's too late. We'll make you a reasonable cash or term offer that includes the amount owed for unpaid property taxes. This way, the lien is cleared, and you keep the remaining amount.


Handling Other Tax Liens

Whether it's federal taxes, mechanic liens, judgments, or child support, we can help you navigate these complex issues.


Why Choose Us?

  • Community-Centric: We aim to keep communities intact and thriving.

  • Transparent Process: We guide you through every step, ensuring you're well-informed.

  • Quick Turnaround: We act fast to help you resolve your tax issues.


Take Action Now

Don't wait until you lose your home. Fill out a request form today to get started on resolving your property tax issues.

Let's work together to find a solution that benefits you and strengthens your community, Schedule A Discovery Meeting.





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