Real Estate Closing
Real estate can be competitive enough without title issues.
Good title services make closing a breeze.
A title search is an essential part of any real estate transaction. It's also one of the first things you should check before closing. If you're not sure what to look for, here are some questions to ask yourself: Is my lender willing to pay me back? Does the seller have a clear title? Are there liens against the property?
There’s a lot involved with closing on a home, and for first-time buyers this process can feel overwhelming and complicated. Residential titles examine the history of a particular address. These can contain easements, mortgages, liens, and more. This information can come from public records and other land records. This helps outline the liability of the buyer and can expedite the closing process.
Most home sales are closed without issue, but it’s better to know if there are outstanding or delinquent taxes on the property. It’s the responsibility of the seller to resolve any issues before the transfer of the property can be completed. In addition to proper legal titling, we also recommend Title Insurance for all real estate transactions.