Posted by John Behle on November 07, 2003 at 15:34:59:
In Reply to: Information overload! posted by Terri Tomesek on November 03, 2003 at 21:21:31:
Each county throughout the nation has a somewhat different system and each state uses different documents.
If you are looking to research a title as to buying a note, I would suggest NOT doing it. The risk is too great to begin with in starting out. You need title insurance or a lawyer if you are buying a note.
My guess is you are looking to research to be able to find notes. If so, you are operating on IN-ACCURATE INFORMATION. Few - very few - people find any substantial success in researching notes at the recorder's office or buying mailing lists. Most lose time and money. A few have found success. MOST do not.
Despite what you may have read, there are better ways to find notes. I will post a link at the bottom of this message and at the top of the forum for a list of ways to find notes. Over time I will flesh out the list on the website here. It is covered in my courses, but hasn't been transferred here yet. In addition, there are many articles in the free articles section relating to finding notes. Check those out too.
Here's the links.
FREE ARTICLES to read http://www.papergame.com/articlesbytopic.htm
FINDING PAPER - http://www.papergame.com/forum2/messages/506.html
- Re: Doing a title search Stephen Mooney 02:47:29 9/28/2004 (0)
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