NEW WESTMINSTER, BC, June 26 /CNW/ - Recent news reports of mortgage
fraud activity in BC have created widespread panic with homeowners throughout
the province. Recommendations to check title have created long queues at Land
Title offices and jammed phone lines for hours, taking calls from worried
homeowners with questions on how to get a copy of their title.
Landcor Data Corporation, a local New Westminster company, has a simple
solution for homeowners concerned about the status of their Title. Landcor is
the only consumer-friendly private company that offers easily accessible
online searching of Title from your home or office computer, taking online
payment with a major credit card. Landcor's online system allows users to
search and retrieve a title in less than 30 seconds using only the property
address or legal description, returning the title by both email and onscreen
viewing, in PDF format.
The Landcor Title Search is primarily used by British Columbia's banking
and finance sector to establish the valid ownership of a property as security
for a new loan. Landcor's Title Search provides the owner name(s), charges,
liens and encumbrances, registered mortgages, title certificate number,
taxation authority, legal description, PID (Property Identification) number,
undersurface rights and covenants.
Plus, Landcor offers a free guide to understanding your Title document,
giving the consumer a section-by-section description of how to read and
understand what your Title document says. To download this free guide or to
purchase a Title Search through Landcor Data Corporation, visit
www.landcor.com today - select "For Business" and register for a free account.
Rudy Nielsen, Founder and President of Landcor Data Corporation, says
"the Land Titles system here in BC is one of the best in the world. We operate
under the Torrens system, making it easy to examine the title, and all
registered titles are assured, meaning that if something fraudulent occurs on
the title compensation will be paid by BC Land Titles. In short, there is no
need to worry, but it is always good to ensure everything is as it should be."
For further information:
For further information: Jeff Puhl, Landcor Data Corporation,