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Title insurance is a process, not just a product.



This process includes:

*Searching and examining title records, and resolving or clearing title defects that are discovered

*Issuing a title insurance policy

*Paying claims

*Covering attorney fees and costs associated with defense

*Maintaining accurate title records so that the integrity of the information is solid for future use
THE TITLE PROCESS...THE START
Since 1876, Title insurance has been protecting our homes and the American Dream for more than 125 years. In the early days, conveyancers were responsible for searching title records to determine the ownership of the land and encumbrances on the title. However, their efforts were very limited and this led to an historic decision in 1868 that led to the creation of title insurance.

WHAT THE TITLE PROCESS HAS BECOME
Over the years the Title industry has stood stong and has taken a much broader scope of services, which continues to provide security to the real etate market. If you have recently purchased or refinanced a home or property , chances are you have had to buy title insurance. What exactly does that do for you? Title insurance protects against problems affecting your home or property. Real Estate is the nation's largest asset, and title insurances ensures the quick and secure transfer of land, giving mortgage lenders, homebuyers and investors the confidence in their investments.

WHAT THIS PROCESS CAN MEAN FOR YOU
At Pro Forma Title it is our prime objective to be the best at our craft and deliver to you our customer a better title and closing experience every day to every customer. We've adopted values as a team, which has stood the test of over 40 years in the title & closing industry. For you this means peace of mind when buying your residential property, commercial property, raw or timber land. You can rest assured that we've conducted a thorough search, cleared and resolved any defeats and selected the correct title insurance policy for you!