Helping Homeowners, Realtors, and Real Estate Attorneys
Solve Title Exam Issues.
If you have ever fallen behind on your credit card bills, and just ignore them as the creditor attempts to collect a debt, you can be assured the creditor will do all within its power to make sure you eventually pay up.
Generally most credit card debt is unsecured, which means that you did not provide any collateral in exchange for the bank’s credit line that has been provided to you.
From past experience, I have noticed that many clients who contact me do so at the very last minute when they don’t know where else to turn. This is where my current knowledge and experience can help solve your problems. I don’t have all the answers, but with my knowledge and experience I have become familiar with the quickest and most efficient way to determine which lender may be responsible for issuing a release (your missing mortgage discharge).
Many homeowners have had loans with Bank of America. Most homeowners, realtors and attorneys are likely to think and that getting a Bank of America discharge should be a piece of cake. It can be, if you know exactly what you are looking for.
Bank of America, N.A. has separate divisions that are responsible for servicing loans. You first need to determine whether the loan originated with Bank of America. How do you find this out? Well, you need to read the first page of the original mortgage that you signed. If in fact the loan was given to Bank of America, N.A., then you are heading towards the right direction.