Short sale transactions currently make up approximately 20%-30% of the total transactions in the Northwest. Because that number is expected to increase, savvy real estate professionals are equipping themselves with the tools necessary to efficiently handle more short sale transactions than ever before.  In addition, we are seeing loan servicers provide tools, structure, and education for the purpose of making the debt settlement process flow more efficiently for all parties involved.

How to Access Loan History Info

Click the image below to download the loan history flow chart. Research Loan History - Short Sale Tool

At Ticor, we recognize that one of the key tools that real estate professionals need is loan history information that includes recorded documents (deeds) for local properties.  With this information, a short sale specialist can better understand which loans are attached to the property as well as which names (and how they’re spelled) are on the loans.  The benefit to the real estate professional is they will be better equipped to help facilitate the completion of the short sale package in a timely manner as required by the loan servicer.

Listed below are the steps to accessing loan information for a specific property via MyTicor.com

  1. Log in to MyTicor.com.  Click the Property Information Button/Link
  2. Search for a property by address or owner name
  3. Choose “Enhanced Report” to access loan history on the subject property
  4. Scroll to view Property History & Mortgage Records
  5. Recorded documents may be viewed, saved, or printed.

If you would like access to the property information available via MyTicor.com, please contact your Ticor Sales Executive.  If you do not currently have a Sales Executive, please call (800) 215-8404.

We will be happy to serve you!

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