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Illinois Mortgage Assignments

Watching Mortgage Assignments

Record Information Services compiles every mortgage assignment for the Illinois counties listed. Lenders often sell and buy mortgages from each other, and an assignment document is filed at the local recorder of deeds when a mortgage is transferred to another lender. An assignment transfers all of the interest the original mortgagee had under the mortgage (or deed of trust) to the new lender. Demographics that you may be able to view include original lender name, new lender name, original mortgage origination date, borrower’s names, property address, loan amount, and much more. The dates below indicate the date we began inputting data for this type of public record.

  • Boone Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/9/2011
  • Clay Mortgage Assignments - Since 2/19/2016
  • Coles Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/3/2016
  • Dekalb Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/2/2011
  • DeWitt Mortgage Assignments - Since 11/7/2014
  • Ford Mortgage Assignments - Since 11/14/2014
  • Kankakee Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/10/2011
  • Knox Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/14/2011
  • LaSalle Mortgage Assignments - Since 4/10/2015
  • Logan Mortgage Assignments - Since 2/6/2015
  • Marion Mortgage Assignments - Since 7/16/2021
  • Monroe Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/17/2011
  • Montgomery Mortgage Assignments - Since 4/10/2015
  • Moultrie Mortgage Assignments - Since 12/18/2015
  • Ogle Mortgage Assignments - Since 5/22/2015
  • Peoria Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/15/2011
  • Randolph Mortgage Assignments - Since 6/10/2016
  • Sangamon Mortgage Assignments - Since 5/24/2012
  • Tazewell Mortgage Assignments - Since 10/24/2014
  • Winnebago Mortgage Assignments - Since 5/31/2011

Understanding a Building Code Violations Record:

  • Input Date: This is the date the record was typed into Record Information Services' database. This is not the date of date of record.
  • Parcel Number: The Parcel Identification (PIN Number) that identifies the property.
  • Plaintiff: The party that is filing the Building Violation.
  • Defendant 1 & 2: These are the individual(s) that received the Building Violation.
  • Lien Holder 1 & 2: These are any additional lien holders (if any) against the property at the time the building violation were filed.
  • Filing Date: The date the building violation was filed.
  • Fine: The dollar amount the Defendant is being fined for the Building Violation
  • Case Number: The reference filing number.

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  • Step Four: Receive ongoing weekly updates if new public records are filed

What is WatchIllinois?

WatchIllinois is a unique online tool which automatically alerts you when a change occurs in the public record of a person, property, or business of your choosing. Simply sign up for the criteria you want to "watch" , and we'll e-mail you weekly, letting you know if new public records are filed in the Illinois court system, based on your criteria.

About Us

WatchIllinois is a subsidiary of Record Information Services, Inc. , a 21-year old public record data compiler in the far west suburbs of Chicago, IL. WatchIllinois was created to satisfy the demand for an automated public record alerting system, that would save people time, money, and the effort that is required to track down and locate people, properties, businesses, and more in Northern Illinois. » Read More