Title Insurance helps protect you from a number of circumstances that could contest your title. You always have the right to choose your own Title insurance company, so make sure you understand why you need it, and what you need to know to navigate the process.
• PROPERTY LIENS
• MISSING DEED SIGNATURES
• UNRESOLVED BOUNDARY/PROPERTY DISPUTES
• DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES
• UNDISCLOSED OWNERS, MISSING HEIRS, CONFLICTING WILLS
• MISTAKES OR OMISSIONS ON THE PROPERTY OR DEED
INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR:
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
When you buy a house, you get both the HOUSE and the TITLE that proves you own the house.
Next, you sign up for Homeowner’s Insurance which protects you financially from damage to your property.
Title Insurance protects you financially from undisclosed issues or title defects with your property.
One Time Payment
What’s a ‘Title Defect’ Anyway?
Any number of things could happen that may
CONTEST YOUR TITLE
• PROPERTY LIENS •
• UNRESOLVED BOUNDARY/PROPERTY DISPUTES •
• UNDISCLOSED OWNERS, MISSING HEIRS, CONFLICTING WILLS •
• MISTAKES OR OMISSIONS ON THE PROPERTY OR DEED •
• MISSING DEED SIGNATURES •
• DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES •
• FORGERIES •
• BANKRUPTCIES •
All State Abstract protects your title for as long as you own your home, if anything happens to your TITLE, such as one of the examples above.
A Title Insurance Company protects you financially.
The lender has a temporary key until the mortgage is paid off.
You have a forever key, or until you relinquish the home.