Helping Homeowners, Realtors, and Real Estate Attorneys
Solve Title Exam Issues.
When it comes to being able to efficiently obtain a mortgage discharge in Massachusetts, experience makes the difference. I have over five years working in the field.
There are times where you may not know where to turn, and it is especially during those times that your time may be better spend contacting me at MortgageDischarge@Gmail.com with a copy of your title exam and brief description of the title issue you’d like resolved. I can also be reached at 617-237-0729. You may be amazed at how quickly certain title defects can be resolved.
This is the ultimate question most of you may have about a prior mortgage that was recently paid off, yet no discharge has been recorded with the appropriate registry of deeds. The first step is to determine whether the original mortgage lender is still around. (Or if the mortgage was subsequently assigned, is the assignee – the currently mortgage holder on record still around?)
For anyone just initiating the first steps in looking to purchase a home or condominium in Massachusetts, the best advice I can give you is educate yourself. Taking out a mortgage is one of the biggest commitments you are going to make. You are likely to take out a loan (representing by a note), and grant a mortgage to a lender that will take about 30 years, on average, to pay off. Think about that, seriously!