Today’s financial services industry depends on technological innovations to provide its customers with access to information, increased efficiency and reduced processing costs. MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. owns and operates the MERS® System, a national electronic registry system that tracks the changes in servicing rights and beneficial ownership interests in mortgage loans that are registered on the System.
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Title agents, government agencies and others looking for information about mortgage loans registered on the MERS® System can use Servicer ID or MERS® Link. This public access is often used by local municipalities to identify the servicer responsible for maintaining vacant or abandoned property.
Finding your mortgage information is easy! MERS® ServicerID is a free service that provides information on the current servicer and investor (owner of the note) for loans registered on the MERS® System. Access to MERS® ServicerID is available:
MERS® ServicerID is a free service we provide to connect you with the current servicer of a loan registered in the MERS® System. You may access it by:
Dialing the toll-free number at (888) 679-6377, or
MERS® Link is browser-based access to the MERS® System and enables a person to retrieve limited information regarding a mortgage loan registered on the MERS® System (including the identity of the current servicer). Access to the MERS® Link is also available on an annual subscription fee basis; but these fees are waived for government entities.
Members of the MERS® System who have engaged a property preservation company to maintain acquired vacant or abandoned properties have an option to enter the name of their vendor in the MERS® System. This will allow local municipalities to directly access these vendors to deal with issues related to vacant or abandoned properties.