Helping Homeowners, Realtors, and Real Estate Attorneys
Solve Title Exam Issues.
I make the best effort in getting your missing mortgage discharge as quickly as possible. The challenge is making sure the client provides me with all their available information and copies of documents. Once I have received everything, it becomes my responsibility to ensure the request gets to the right person. There lies the greatest challenge.
You and I certainly will understand and know that you need your discharge very quickly due to an upcoming property refinance or sale. But, unless the person getting my request on servicer end knows this, the request is likely to end up last on anyone’s list.
How to I Speed Up the Process?
Having experience and a great understanding what a servicer requires before they issue and sign off on a discharge, I make sure to include all the essential information a contact person or servicer will require so they issue your discharge without delay.
Does This Require Extra Effort?
Although some servicers are known for consistent and reliable work (in producing the documents I have previously requested), it is not uncommon for others to let thing slide between the cracks. I must admit some discharge requests have taken me 3 to 5 days, and then there have been others that take 2 to 3 months.
But I monitor each request, and make a good effort in tracking its progress. At times, it is best to restart the process. Other times, a really nice person will catch my “lost” request, and will work with me to resolve the pending issue.
With so many servicers, and so many lenders and mortgage companies going out of business, you will be glad to know Mortgage Discharge Procurement Services is here to assist you with all your mortgage discharge needs.
As always, help is only an email, fax, or phone call away.
We are proud to have been of service to many satisfied clients. Mortgage Discharge Procurement Services of Massachusetts is a small family business. If there are any doubts about whether you should outsource a discharge request, please consider the following:
An added service business is one that provides you with exactly what you need at a reasonable cost. Specializing in researching missing mortgage discharges and assignments of mortgage has allowed us to serve clients quickly and efficiently. With reasonable costs between for per document request, you can rest assured we will work hard to keep your business.
When considering researching a lien release, or mortgage discharge, we understand your time is valuable. Our fees are fixed per document so you can be certain of what you or clients can expect. Remember, you can always include the fee on the HUD-1 settlement statement.
What allows Mortgage Discharge Procurement Services to do our work at such low cost? Two things: Experience and Technology!
Our experience working in real estate conveyancing has allowed us to implement research procedures to ensure that if a lender or servicer can be found, we will find them. Experience has given us an advantage over others. We have built and retain a servicer contact list that allows us to quickly access and communicate with hard to find servicers. Our experience and research has allowed us to create our own successor and merger database.
Technology allows us quick and efficient research capabilities to view databases directing us to the proper parties. Even with brand new requests where we have not previously worked with a servicer, if they are out there, we will do our research to find them.
NOT READY TO SEND US YOUR DISCHARGE REQUEST?
Here is some advise on how to track a potential servicer who can issue your correct or missing discharge, or assignment.
- Review your Secretary of State website for corporate mergers and dissolutions.
- Review Federal government databases proving you FDIC receiverships and sales.
- Research recent activity for the entity of interest.
We look forward to strong second half for the year 2012.
Remember, your time is valuable, leave the research to us.
Contact us with your requests via email at MortgageDischarge@gmail.com, or via fax at 617-500-9931.