[VIDEO] NBC Discusses MERS, Counties Seek Millions From Mortgage Giant

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[VIDEO] NBC Discusses MERS, Counties Seek Millions From Mortgage Giant

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[VIDEO] NBC Discusses MERS, Counties Seek Millions From Mortgage Giant

MERS under fire for unpaid fees

By CHRIS GLORIOSO
Updated 7:08 AM EST, Tue, Mar 8, 2011

Most Americans have never heard of it, but this mortgage industry holds interests in 50 percent of all U.S. home loans.

No, not Fannie Mae, or Freddie Mac either.

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, otherwise known as MERS, is a private firm that tracks ownership in hundreds of thousands of home loans.  The computerized network allows banks to buy and sell mortgages without having to record the transfers at the county level.

An added bonus for the banks is the avoidance of county fees.  When MERS is used to turn a regular mortgage into an investment, financial institutions don’t pay “recording fees,” which are usually small charges of between $50 and $100, to the counties where the underlying properties are physically located.

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One Response to “[VIDEO] NBC Discusses MERS, Counties Seek Millions From Mortgage Giant”

  1. Joyce says:

    The major banks may have thought they were TOO BIG TOO FAIL, but they’re not TO BIG TO GO TO JAIL ! These bankers and lawyers need to pay fines and do jail time for their crimes.

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