MERS | Audit reveals $1 million revenue loss in Williamson County, possible foreclosure for homeowners

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MERS | Audit reveals $1 million revenue loss in Williamson County, possible foreclosure for homeowners

MERS | Audit reveals $1 million revenue loss in Williamson County, possible foreclosure for homeowners

Rister’s 14 years with the county, she said she’s never dealt with anything like this.

Notice: MERS used the same exact statement in the recent response to KY AG’s suit against MERS.


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Williamson County homeowners could face unexpected foreclosure and those looking to buy or sell a home could face hidden headaches.

That was the warning Friday night from the Williamson County Clerk’s Office after an audit turned up some serious red flags.

After hearing of similar problems around the country, Williamson County hired DK Consultants out of San Antonio to conduct a property records audit. What they found is nearly $1 million that has been lost because of errors in the national electronic registry, meaning homeowners or people looking to buy are at risk.

“As a clerk, our duty is to maintain good records for our citizens,” said County Clerk Nancy Rister.

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