Beth, we just want to thank you for never giving up on us. We have tried to work with a few Realtors before you, but they never took us seriously. We gave you a lot of trouble, and enough reason to decide not to work with us anymore. But you never stopped and always kept us in mind until we finally found the right house for us.
Before offering to issue a title insurance policy, a title company will do a title search to learn whether there are any problems or limitations with the title. This search is done in an effort to minimize the risks of offering insurance. By minimizing the risks of claims being made, a title insurance company is able to offer its insurance policies for a relatively low, one-time fee. Problems such as deeds, wills, and/or trusts that contain improper vesting and incorrect names, outstanding mortgages, judgments, and tax liens, easements, or incorrect notary acknowledgments are generally found through the title search and usually can be cleared up before the closing on the property.
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Listing Data updated: January 15, 2021, 12:10 pm
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