Mortgage documents are drawn up by your lender when you place your property as collateral for a loan. These documents contain the terms, such as payment amount and term of the loan, that you must satisfy in order for the lender to release the mortgage on your property. When the mortgage is paid, the lender will send you the deed to your property showing that it is paid for. It is important to retain mortgage documents because they are proof of what you still owe–or do not owe–on your property. It is important to keep these kind of documents safe . If you are confused or don’t know where to get your Mortgage Documents, we can dispatch a Certified Field Agent to recover these documents for you.
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