NAILTA Announces Opposition to “MERS 2” Proposal

NAILTA Announces Opposition to “MERS 2” Proposal

The National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA) has announced that it is opposed to a provision in legislation offered by Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) that would create “MERS 2”, a federal mortgage registry modeled after and designed to replace the existing bank-owned MERS mortgage registry.

In its position paper on the Corker bill, Senate Bill 1834, NAILTA says that it “is opposed to any reconstituted MERS system because the MERS model is a deeply flawed system that continues to harm consumers, small business owners, and county governments across the United States.”

According to NAILTA, “[A]ny consideration of creating a new MERS without having successfully resolved the well-known flaws and inadequacies of the previous MERS system is a foolhardy exercise. S.B. 1834 proposes no solution to the prevalent flaws with the current MERS system. Instead, it merely seeks to establish MERS 2.0 based upon the MERS in use on the date of enactment.” One of those purported flaws in MERS is that it “fails to reconcile 50 states worth
of mortgage recording and foreclosure law.”

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3 Responses to “NAILTA Announces Opposition to “MERS 2” Proposal”
  1. Well the swindle and the fraud will be twice as fast, 2.0 faster and more fraudulent? probably

  2. jaclyn says:

    YOU HAVE GOT TO BE SH-TT-NG ME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Javagold says:

    another bought and paid for Republicunt

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