Basic Owner's Policy
Someone else owns an interest in your land
Someone else has an easement on your land or other rights not listed on your property
You cannot obtain a loan or sell your land because of a defect in the title
Your land has no actual vehicular and/or pedestrian access
A document in your title is forged after the policy date
Your policy amount increases 10% per year up to 150% to cover increases in your property’s value
Your home is damaged due to use by others of an easement on the land, even if the easement is listed in your property
Restrictive Convenant Violations:
– You are forced to move your home due to an existing violation of a restrictive covenant
– You lose your land due to an existing restriction violation
Zoning and Subdivision Violations:
– You are unable to sell, build, mortgage, or lease your land due to a violation of subdivision law
– You are forced to remove existing structures (except boundary walls or fences) due to lack of a prior building permit or zone violation
– You are unable to use the property as a residence under existing zoning laws
– You are forced to remove existing structures because they encroach onto your neighbor’s land
– Your neighbor builds a structure (other than a wall or fence) that encroaches onto your property after policy
– You cannot obtain a loan or sell your property because your neighbor’s structure encroaches onto your land
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Title Company do for you?
Once you find your ‘Dream Home’ and are ready to make a purchase your title company coordinates and acts as an intermediary with you the customer, & the Lenders, Realtors, Surveying Companies, Home Owners Associations and Property Management Companies, County Records Office, and Title Abstractors. We record all the legal documents, and finalize the purchase or sale of the real estate.
What Happens at Closing?
The final steps in a real estate transaction are called your closing or settlement. It is the day that papers are signed, and money is transferred as the ownership of the property is officially transferred