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Why Title Insurance?

Our job is to ensure your property title is clear and ready for transfer once you are under contract. Don’t let surprises stop your purchasing plans!

Title Insurance is an indemnity insurance, purchased once you’re under contract, to protect against “financial loss from defects in title to real property from the invalidity or un-enforceability of mortgage loans (Wikipedia).”

Sometimes a property’s past is less savory than the current parties involved in a purchase — leans, judgements, and other problems can arise from an property. A title insurance company checks the title for any unsavory associations to the property so you can move forward with your purchase. Once you’ve purchased title insurance your property’s marketability will remain secure through your ownership! Resale will be a breeze.

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