Akron, OH asked in Real Estate Law for Ohio

Q: Mortgage discharged in 2/2010 (Ohio). Sold 3 times. No foreclosure. I"m paying insurance water & sewer. Need name off

I can't seem to have it taken out of my name. Is there a process to have it done? Tried deed in lieu. County won't foreclose on property taxes and mortgage company won't foreclose on property. I have been maintaining grass cutting and snow removal because my name is still listed as the owner even though it has been discharged.

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Joseph Jaap
Joseph Jaap
Answered
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: More information is needed. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review all the facts, check the records, and advise you of your options to get it resolved.

Nicholas P. Weiss
Nicholas P. Weiss
Answered
  • Cleveland Heights, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: The process to have it done is to sell the property to someone else. I don't understand how it's in your name if it's been sold three times. Are you referring to the note being sold or the property being sold?

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