Abandoned House, bank says there are liens, not public record, is this normal?

I’ll try to make this short.

This house across the street from me has been empty since April 2020, the owner died. His children didn’t include his house as assets when they went through probate and the case is closed. The house is still listed in the decedents name and back taxes are due. (We had squatters living there for a few months and are hopefully now gone) one of the neighbors who was his friend said he had borrowed against the house to pay for a few things and that there were liens on it. The house shows its paid for and there are no liens filed for public record. Can PNC bank have non public liens on this property?

I was thinking about trying to “buy” it or obtain it somehow since his children didn’t take it, but PNC keeps saying there are liens on it and won’t divulge who has them. Is this common?

Should I speak to a lawyer? Can they get more information?

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I’ll try to make this short. This house across the street from me has been empty since April 2020, the owner died. His children didn’t include his house as assets when they went through probate and the case is closed. The house is still listed in the decedents name and back taxes are due. (We had squatters living there for a few months and are hopefully now gone) one of the neighbors who was his friend said he had borrowed against the house to pay for a few things and that there were liens on it. The house shows its paid for and there are no liens filed for public record. Can PNC bank have non public liens on this property? I was thinking about trying to “buy” it or obtain it somehow since his children didn’t take it, but PNC keeps saying there are liens on it and won’t divulge who has them. Is this common? Should I speak to a lawyer? Can they get more information? submitted by /u/Top-Two5926 [link] [comments]

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