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Calculating Mortgage Registration Fee

Mortgage Registration Fees are calculated on .0005 per $1000 of money borrowed.

For example  

     Amount of Indebtedness                            $50,000.00   

     Registration Fee                                  X             .0005    

      Total Mortgage Fee Due                            $    25.00

  (Indebtedness includes mortgage amount, loan amount or amount borrowed)    


Document Fee

$21.00 for the 1st page and $17.00 for each additional page, printing on the front and back of one sheet of paper is considered 2 pages.  i.e. a 12 page document would have a $208.00 recording fee.  These fees are per document to be recorded.


Mortgage Registration Fee- $25.00 plus Recording fee $208.00 = $233.00 total amount due.


What is a Mortgage


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1.    loan agreement secured by property: an agreement by which somebody borrows money from a money-lending organization such as a bank or savings-and-loan association and gives that organization the right to take possession of property given as security if the loan is not repaid

2.    contract between borrower and lender: a written contract describing the agreement between a borrower and a lending organization by which a loan is given against security

3.    total money borrowed: the total amount of money lent to a borrower by a money-lending organization, with some of the borrower's property being given as security

Synonyms: loan, bank loan, secured loan, second mortgage, re mortgage, home equity loan, bridging loan, hypothecation, advance, debt


For More Information

If you have any questions, please contact the Register of Deeds Office at (620)793-1849.

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