One of the biggest misconceptions on taxes and death, is that if you die your back taxes die with you. If you owe back taxes, the IRS attaches an immediate “estate lien” to your property upon your death. Unlike other liens, which only attach to a certain asset, an IRS tax lien on a deceased person simultaneously attaches to all property you own. One of the biggest obstacles in selling a deceased relatives home is satisfying a federal tax lien. The IRS is not easy to work with. In fact, sometimes it can be difficult just to get a written payoff of the lien. Additionally, it can be very frustrating to be placed on hold for three hours only to be transferred to another department. Usually home sellers give up after such a terrible experience. iamcashbuyer.com has the patience and experience to help you sell your house fast even if you have a federal tax lien attached to the property.