Posted by Eduardo (OR) on December 06, 1998 at 17:07:04:
Trust Deed vs. Mtg States - Anybody have a list - Posted by Bill Gatten
Posted by Bill Gatten on December 04, 1998 at 21:11:40:
Does anyone happen to have a by-state listing of indicating which are Mortgage states such as California, and which are mortgage states (e.g., NY, NJ, etc.)?
Re: Trust Deed vs. Mtg States - Posted by Marvin Seawood
Posted by Marvin Seawood on December 04, 1998 at 22:12:56:
Nebraska,New Hampshire,New Jersey,New York,
Rhode Island,South Carolina, South Dakota,Utah
Deed of Trust:
Montana,Nevada,New Mexico,North Carolina,
Capital Investment Systems - Del Mar, California
Re: Trust Deed vs. Mtg States - Posted by Bill Gatten
Posted by Bill Gatten on December 07, 1998 at 14:55:23:
Thank you so much. I hope I can return the favor some day.
WA is not a mortgage state . . . - Posted by Joe Kaiser
Posted by Joe Kaiser on December 06, 1998 at 10:42:45:
. . . since 99% of loans here are secured by a deed of trust. Although a mortgage does show up every once in awhile.
New York is correct - Posted by Bob Eberle
Posted by Bob Eberle on December 06, 1998 at 07:54:10:
Kentucky is listed correctly - Posted by Jack
Posted by Jack on December 06, 1998 at 01:19:23:
Oregon is Deed of trust. - Posted by CC
Posted by CC on December 05, 1998 at 20:12:09:
Re: Trust Deed vs. Mtg States - Posted by Rob FL
Posted by Rob FL on December 05, 1998 at 14:38:54:
FL is mortgage/lien theory.
Arizona is a Trust Deed state (nt) - Posted by Stacy (AZ)
Posted by Stacy (AZ) on December 05, 1998 at 14:31:05:
Massachusetts is correct. (nt) - Posted by Soapymac
Posted by Soapymac on December 05, 1998 at 09:11:25:
Almost - Posted by John Behle
Posted by John Behle on December 05, 1998 at 24:05:56:
No offense, but don’t rely on that list.
There are lists out there that seem to go from seminar to seminar. Where they originated, who knows, but they end up in every informercial promotor’s materials. Most stem from the same route source.
THEY ARE INACCURATE.
I can’t tell you every state, but several states are totally off base. Utah for example has been a trust deed state for over 30 years. I hope the lists aren’t that old.
Perhaps every one who notices an error on their state can chime in and we’ll actually have a current list.