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Property Registration Services | Property Registration Compliance

Vacant Property Registration: Paying Now Can Save You Later

When it comes to complying with vacant property registration ordinances around the country, banks, mortgage companies and mortgage servicers would be wise to heed the advice of venerable Benjamin Franklin: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

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The Benefits Of Using A Property Registration Service

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 For banks, mortgage companies and mortgage servicers trying to determine and maintain property registration compliance, the benefits of using a reputable property registration service give Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s poem, “How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count The Ways,” a run for her money.  And the benefits are critically important to legally identified owners of foreclosed, vacant or abandoned properties.  A broad overview of those benefits are provided in the following published articles on the subject at the Center for Community Progress and the City of Youngstown, Ohio

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Three Tips To Filling Out A Vacant Property Registration Form

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Are you a mortgagee, bank, mortgage servicer or other legally responsible party charged with property registration?  PRS offers three quick and easy tips to both determining your obligation to register and completing the process.  And these tips should help you whether you register online or by hard copy form and mail submission.

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Complying With Your Local Foreclosure Registration Ordinance

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There’s an age-old axiom that goes something like: “Local politics is where the rubber meets the road.”

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Abandoned Property Registration: Why You Shouldn’t Wait

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When it comes to the topic of abandoned and foreclosed property registration, American literary academic Mason Cooley hits the nail on the head.  “Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.”  That’s certainly the case for banks, mortgage companies, other lenders and mortgage servicers holding legal ownership and title portfolios of foreclosed and abandoned properties large and small.  And the outline of the potential costly ramifications of failing to register those properties is perfectly illustrated in a recent Court Innovation document.

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3 Things You Should Know About Empty Lots For Sale

Just as prospective home buyers need to conduct due diligence when buying a residence, those considering investing in empty lots probably should do even more.  There are myriad reasons why extensive research is necessary, each contributing to the theory that just as vacant properties are required to be registered with scores of municipalities and local governments around the United States, so too should empty lots.  

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Property Registration Online: PRS Makes It Easy

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No job is too difficult if you have the right tools.  That’s the philosophy PRS employs along with state of the art technology when it comes to satisfying the requirements of property registration ordinances around the United States.

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Who Has An Obligation To Register A Vacant Property? (Clone)

On the surface, those working in the mortgage servicing and property preservation industries should be able to determine their respective obligations to register vacant and foreclosed properties with a reasonable amount of time and effort.  But with the vast number of Vacant Property Registration Ordinances (VPROs) currently enforced around the county, and changes and modifications frequently made to those ordinances, answering the simple obligation to register question can literally mirror trying to find a needle in a proverbial haystack.

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Who Has An Obligation To Register A Vacant Property?

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On the surface, those working in the mortgage servicing and property preservation industries should be able to determine their respective obligations to register vacant and foreclosed properties with a reasonable amount of time and effort.  But with the vast number of Vacant Property Registration Ordinances (VPROs) currently enforced around the county, and changes and modifications frequently made to those ordinances, answering the simple obligation to register question can literally mirror trying to find a needle in a proverbial haystack.

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Property Registration Compliance: Avoid The Struggle

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Most of us at one time or another have heard the humorous axiom: “It’s difficult to remind yourself that your initial objective was to drain the swamp once you find yourself chest deep in alligators”

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