Terri O'Brien

Terri O'Brien

Real Estate Marketer
  • 248-390-9555
  • 248-347-3050
  • 248-347-6791
  • 248-347-3050
  • 201 Cadycentre
    Northville, MI 48167
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Welcome to my Website

Searching for your next home? Try our state-of-the-art map search – with it you can quickly search the entire market. Simply type the address, city, MLS ID, or just hit the search button to get started. The large format map allows you to click and drag, zoom in and view detailed information and photos for all properties currently listed on the MLS.

Selling your home? No other website in the market will showcase your listing with up to 50 high resolution photos! In addition to advertising your property on my own website, I syndicate your listing to other real estate websites across the web.

Whether you are selling your home, searching for your next home, or have any questions about the process – I look forward to helping you!

This is Home. This is Where Awesomeness Happens!

Professional Interests

  • First-time buyers

  • Luxury homes

  • Seller Representative

  • Buyer Representative

  • Relocation 

  • Leasing

A Little Coldwell Banker Blue History

​CBWM Cares Foundation

They say it takes a village to raise a child. Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel believes that it takes many helping hands and hearts to keep the village ­thriving. We care about the well-being of the towns, cities and villages where we live, work and play. Our charitable efforts can be seen in communities throughout Southern Michigan. For more information about our annual charity golf outing ($63,000 raised to date), annual Toys for Tots drive or the other ways CBWM gives back, contact Kim Pollack at 248-433-5478.

CBWM Cares Mission -­To foster an attitude of caring and connectivity toward our community through our involvement with an ever-growing list of local and national charities.

We strive to improve the lives of others by exercising CBWM Cares’ Core Values:

  • Connecting to others

  • Building relationships

  • Working together

  • Making a difference

CBWM is proud to be part of the CB Heroes program which has collected nearly $1.5 million and volunteered 3,100 total hours for charitable causes.

Designations

  • Equal Housing Opportunity
  • Realtor

My Listings

550 Auburn Street W, Plymouth, MI 48170
Beds: 5 / Baths: 2
1,470 square feet
210 Herman Street, Novi, MI 48377
Beds: 3 / Baths: 1
1,178 square feet
230 N Rogers Street, Northville, MI 48167
Beds: 5 / Baths: 3
2,302 square feet

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DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR DISCHARGE PAPERS ARE FROM PREVIOUS MORTGAGES?

Some of us are old enough to remember that our parents and grandparents used to celebrate when they paid off their mortgage. These events were called “mortgage burning parties.” It was a time to rejoice and reflect on all the hard work and sacrifice it took to pay off your home.

Today, for many homeowners, mortgage burning parties are a thing of the past. However, what should not be forgotten is when you make your last payment, be sure a mortgage discharge or satisfaction of mortgage discharge has been filed with the Registry of Deeds.

Now your next question might be, “Why do I need a mortgage discharge? After all, I don’t owe anything to the bank, so why shouldn’t I have clear title to my property?” It’s a good question. Here’s the answer: When you originally received a mortgage, a lending institution placed a lien on the property to make sure that they are paid back in full.

When the debt is paid, many banks or finance companies will send the mortgage discharge to the Registry. This document tells anyone looking at the Registry records that your lien has been paid off. Other lending institutions will forward it directly to the property owner who then becomes responsible for making sure the mortgage discharge is recorded at the Registry. However, please remember the following: Whether or not the discharge is recorded by the lending institution or the individual property owner, it will fall upon the property owner to make sure that all necessary documents have been recorded at the Registry.