Helping Homeowners, Realtors, and Real Estate Attorneys
Solve Title Exam Issues.
Another year is close to coming to an end. As you celebrate your accomplishments, recall what you were not able to do to ensure that it is at the top of your list for next year. This includes continuing to work in clearing up your mortgage discharge requests.
These past few weeks a good amount of effort led me to locate a servicer for One Stop Mortgage Inc. The business has not been around for a while, and there are still plenty of missing mortgage discharges needed.
Let my effort and work pay off for you. Feel free to contact me with any mortgage discharge request, and I can give you an idea right from the start of not only how much I think it will cost, but how soon the document will be in your hands.
It is a great feeling when you can rest easy and know that the issues and concerns that haunt you are a thing of the past.
Consider that a title insurance agency or other closing attorney will likely only pass on to you their costs and actual third party fees for doing the same work.
Please contact me with any questions at 978-458-0934 or at email@example.com.
I took the MA bar exam in February, 2013 and recently received news that I was successful. This exam brings to an end my path to achieve a goal that I have had in mind for the last decade, to obtain a license to practice law.
With the great news that I will be admitted to practice law in June, 2013, it will also give me an opportunity to shift my focus to future career endeavors.
For the time being, rest assured that I plan on continuing to dedicate time to my services of assisting clients in resolving title issues by obtaining confirmatory and missing mortgage discharges, and assignments.
As I evaluate new potential career paths, I will continue to take into account my commitment to provide services to my community.
If you have any opportunity that you would like to discuss feel free to contact me. I can be reached at Mortgagedischarge@gmail.com, or at 617-237-0729.
I am an independent thinker, committed to providing exceptional professional services, and willing to work hard to earn your trust and respect.
In Massachusetts, only an attorney in good standing licensed to practice law can conduct Real Estate Closings. The legislature has made this the law. The idea behind this concept is due to an attorney being held out to a high standard of professional care.
With the varies duties and obligations that attorneys confront, one such duty as part of a real estate closing is to ensure that any mortgage they pay off is eventually properly discharged with the appropriate registry of deeds.