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I have a second mortage/note that was fully paid back.How do I remove it from the title?

  • April 26 2009 - Tualatin
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If you are in the process of a refinance, the Title Company should take care of this at close. IF you are just doing this for peace of mind, then the other answers are correct. However, as long as you have proof that it's paid, having the lien on Title isn't doing any real damage.
  • May 12 2009
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The reconveyance fee is about $120.

  • April 27 2009
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You should have received a 'RELEASE OF MORTGAGE" from the lender when the loan was paid in full.

Call or go to  your county recorder's office and have the release recorded, they will charge you for this. 

This is the only way to have this removed from title.
  • April 26 2009
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