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how do i get tax liens offf my credit when it is a property that i no longer own?

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this was paid before I even left the property. I was told that the commission would pay it.

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But you DID own it, right??

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You "no longer own" this piece of property but you DID own it once, correct?  Then it will show on your credit record for (probably) 10 years since it is a matter of public record and those accounts stay on credit reports longer.  There is nothing that can be done to change this due to federal rules on reporting credit accounts (taxes and tax leins are credit accounts).  Just make current account payments on time and you will have a good credit record that will make your past errors seem not so bad.

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