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Mortgage History

Sir Walter Raliegh lays cloak in mud to protect queen Elizabeth's feetQueen Elizabeth I, regent of the various lands of the United Kingdom, granted a land title to Sir Walter Raleigh. This land title gave him deed to "all lands 200 miles north and south of Old Point Comfort and stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific...". This monopoly deed was granted in 1584. After a failed attempt, a permanent settlement was established in 1607 in Jamestown. In 1619, several men of the various communities of the growing Virginia colony met in Williamsburg and formed the House of Burgesses.

The House of Burgesses was the first organized legislative group of British subjects in the North American continent. The first order of business was the destruction of the monopolistic land deed first given to Sir Walter Raleigh. In its place, the House of Burgesses established the granting of private land deeds to craftsmen who would forsake the comforts of life in Great Britain to permanently immigrate to the Virginia colony. Thus, three years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the legal basis for the granting and recording of land and property deeds in the United States was established and duly instituted. This is the basis of the Recorder in the Clerks Office in every county and cities not residing in counties throughout the United States today.

Subsequent to the first laws of the recording of deeds, newer colonies established their own set of rules and regulations for the establishment of the recording of property deeds. As the colonies matured into more developed governments, these laws and statutes have undergone often times radical change and addition. Because of successful legal challenges through the nation, amendments have occurred to the statutes. And, although the laws and statutes of each state are literally different, the spirit these laws project are essentially very similar.

Because of the reduction of modern travel restrictions and the migration of families from one state to another, two professional bodies were developed to share information, make information exchanges between agencies of different states, and to suggest Federal legislation. These organizations are named " Conference of State Bank Supervisors" and the "American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators." These two groups of regulators from the 50 states worked and hammered out an agreement to establish a baseline national standard and national registry of mortgage lenders and bankers. This agreement was finally signed into law by the 43rd President of the United States, George Bush. This ground breaking legislation has been titled "S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008."

Discussion of this act and its affect is included in the Education Phase of the Mortgage Endgame.

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