My question involves real estate located in the State of: California
Mortgage on property was sold to Nationstar (dba mrcooper.com) with 3 years left.
Over the course of the 3 years mortgage all payments were made and full reconveyance was received.
During the 3 year period Nationstar made account # and/or accounting errors applying credits and deductions which were deemed to be resolved at the end of the mortgage.
Approximately a year after receiving full reconveyance, mortgage company claims they made mistakes and mistakenly credited our account and subsequently put a lien on property and stated that there was a balance due.
After multiple attempts to get proof and a clear statement of what was due and why, they have apparently deemed the issue resolved and subsequently again issued a notarized full reconveyance.
I also received a transaction history showing payoff with zero balance.
Is there any additional documentation that I should request to make sure there are no issues with ownership or title aside from the full reconveyance?