Aiming To Protect Potential and Existing Homeowners
Title Land Edification will trace the origins of local governments permanent parcel identifiers, or cadastre—inextricably intertwined to publicly recorded land records, including mortgage loans and promissory notes (recorded and unrecorded) originated and registered in the confidential National Mortgage Rights Registry.
Our tools are used to facilitate the detection of and protection against mortgage loan origination fraud and title insurance fraud. See below our interactive map datasets tracking the origins for VALID registered parcel identifiers affecting the 102 new construction townhome condominium units located in only one subdivision in the unincorporated community of Lansdowne, in County of Loudoun, Virginia, thus contradicting the parcel identifiers publicly recorded on land and title deeds inextricably intertwined to local governments’ real property tax collection and tax assessment databases.
When compared with parcel identifiers cited on purported deeds and instruments publicly recorded among the public land records—leaving potential and existing homeowners (consumer borrowers) and current property-owners at risk for tax-related identity theft and real estate, title to land, accounting, or tax fraud.