Checking your deed for liens isn’t always simple

Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin

Q: In a person of your new columns, a widow questioned about receiving the deed to her house after her partner died. You explained to her to look at her deed from time to time to be sure no liens had been included. How does just one do that? Can it be performed on the web, or do you need to go to a town authorities office environment? Thank you.

A: Superior dilemma. So much of our money lives is out there online. You can seem up your bank accounts (or obtain your bank’s app), trade stocks or get your credit rating historical past and score. But handling your particular money cleanliness isn’t always clear-cut, and becoming capable to entry details of your economic everyday living is different from comprehension what it all signifies.

For example, you can accessibility your credit rating history from a range of sites: AnnualCreditReport.com or right from each and every of the a few credit rating reporting companies (Experian, Equifax and Transunion), or even via a enterprise like Credit history Karma.