Why isn’t a mortgage record showing up with a property?

Updated: 4/16/2014

RPR relies on its data partners to provide mortgage records data, and there can be a lag in public records data that can create temporary gaps in information like mortgage records. 

The frequency of mortgage data updates depends on each county providing the information. Some counties work quickly, releasing data a few weeks after the data are recorded in the county office. Smaller and more rural counties may take up to two months to make such data public.

Once the new data are released by a county, they are collected by Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS), RPR’s partner for public records data. Updated data are delivered and integrated with the RPR system the day after a change is published in the BKFS source database.

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