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  • The fully digital mortgage has truly arrived as use of eNotes skyrockets by nearly 5,000%

    eNotes registered on MERS system increases substantially in first quarter
    For the last few years, there’s been a revolution underway in the mortgage business, as the industry moved closer to a fully digital mortgage, but new data suggests that the digital mortgage is becoming an industry-wide reality. A new report shows that the use of eNotes exploded in the first quarter of 2019, rising nearly 5,000% over last year.
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  • MERSCORP Holdings to host a second eMortgage Boot Camp Nov. 15

    Find out how to execute an eNote strategy with operational, technical, and strategic game-planning
    With large investors including Wells Fargo, Texas Capital Bank, Ginnie Mae and the Federal Home Loan Banks signaling their intention to purchase and accept eNotes in the near future, some perceived barriers to eMortgage adoption are quickly falling away. That’s one reason MERSCORP Holdings, which owns and operates the MERS eRegistry, is holding an eMortgage Boot Camp this year on November 15.
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  • NYSE parent company ICE acquires MERS

    ICE buys remaining stake in mortgage registry
    Intercontinental Exchange, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, is now also the parent company of MERSCORP Holdings, as the companies announced Friday that ICE has acquired all of MERS.
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  • MERS wins twice in Texas federal courts

    Right to assign deed upheld again
    The frequently legally challenged MERS won again in court recently, as the United States District Courts for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division and the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division held MERS' mortgage assignments were valid, and granted motions to dismiss in two cases.
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  • Another one bites the dust: MERS wins again

    California Third Appellate District Court affirms MERS’ rights to assign a mortgage
    MERSCORP Holdings announced Monday that it secured another victory over a homeowner who challenged its authority to assign a mortgage. MERS had its authority upheld this time by the Court of Appeal of California for the Third Appellate District.
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  • MERS’ mortgage assignment authority upheld by three Federal Courts

    Courts dismiss borrowers’ quiet title lawsuits
    MERS announced Friday that it secured victories in three separate Federal Courts, each of which upheld MERS’ mortgage assignment rights. In each case, the plaintiffs sued MERS and other financial companies to avoid foreclosure based on claims that MERS could not hold or assign a security instrument.
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