U.S. Bank Can Get Satisfaction in Minnesota

Adams, John
April 2004
Bank Technology News;Apr2004, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p40
Trade Publication
Points out that U.S. Bank is part of what is believed to be the U.S.'s only statewide movement to create a standard for the electronic recording of mortgage satisfactions. New product underway in Minnesota; Dramatic ramifications for both the refinancing and GSE-led secondary mortgage markets; Signing of a two-year agreement with U.S. Recordings, which sells mortgage recording solutions, to process paper and electronic recordings of U.S. Bank satisfactions and lien releases.


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