Trying to get mortgage with a judgement lien against other property I would still own...5 years ago my family started to sell off a piece of property that my name was on the deed for therefore I was part of the agreement on the sale of the property. The purchaser put a down payment down of 30,000. The sale has yet to be completed. I am trying to buy my first home, have decent to above average credit, but recently found out that the purchaser of the property placed a judgement lien against the all four of us who are listed on the deed even though the property is technically not mine but rather my parents. Is there anyway, to either get myself off the lien thus leaving and still protecting the purchaser by still having the lien on my mom & dad, or what are the chances that a mortgage lender would be willing to overlook the lien inorder to aprove me for a home loan, since I am not affecting the disputed property in anyway by trying to buy a home. Again my credit is just wonderful, but I have this lien listed in public records against something that technically isn't mine...?