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Documents cannot be legally notarized unless all participants are present with the required identification. Likewise when refinancing or using a line of equity all involved parties must be present at the signing of documents. The exception would be a representative of the borrower(s) who has POA or other legal instrument allowing the action.

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Q: Can you apply for or renew a line of credit against your home by mailing the paperwork to your bank and if so can the banker then notarize your signature and record a mortgage against your property?
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Can anyone mortgage any property without the signature of the registered owner or does it require the signature of the owner?

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Can a Pennsylvania notary Notarize an article of agreement in West Virginia for a West Virginia property?

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Can an owner of a life estate in Kentucky take out a mortgage on their property?

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Where can I find an expert on commercial property mortgage in Detroit, MI?

A commercial mortgage company called Signature Associates (signatureassociates.com) services your area along with Lansing, Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo.


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Can a husband sell a home without his wife's signature on the deed even though her name is on mortgage paperwork?

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What is the difference between renting a property and having a mortgage?

The difference between renting a property and having a mortgage is that when you have a mortgage you are buying the property.


Is your property in Michigan exempt if you do not pay your mortgage in Florida?

Your property in Michigan would not be affected by your mortgage in Florida.Your property in Michigan would not be affected by your mortgage in Florida.Your property in Michigan would not be affected by your mortgage in Florida.Your property in Michigan would not be affected by your mortgage in Florida.


Can a home be foreclosed on when the mortgage is in a different name from What is on the deed?

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What is an antonym of mortgage?

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