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Title Insurance Protection

Title insurance is indeed designed to protect homeowners and lenders from potential issues related to the title of a property. When you purchase a title insurance policy, the title company conducts a thorough examination of public records to identify any potential problems with the property’s title. These issues could include:

  1. Liens and  Encumbrances: Unpaid debts or claims against the property that could affect your ownership rights.
  2. Errors in Public Records: Mistakes or inaccuracies in public records that could impact the title.
  3. Forgery or Fraud: Instances where someone fraudulently conveys the property or forges signatures in the chain of title.
  4. Undiscovered Will or Heirs: Potential conflicts regarding inheritance or wills that may affect ownership rights.
  5. Boundary Disputes: Disputes with neighbors or incorrect property boundaries.

If any of these issues arise after the purchase, the title insurance policy provides coverage and financial protection. It typically covers legal fees, losses, or damages incurred due to covered title defects. It’s important to note that there are different types of title insurance policies, including owner’s title insurance and lender’s title insurance, each serving different purposes in the real estate transaction.


We are firm believers that our customers deserve high quality professional service! We have invested in tools to help your success. After placing your order Real Estate Title Insurance, you will be kept in the loop during the whole process through your closing and beyond. Our goal is to make this process stress free and a good experience!

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With a focus on customer service, communication and compliance we are able to deliver an exceptional closing experience. It is our job to help make our clients dreams come true!