What is title insurance and why do I need it?
Title insurance protects property buyers and mortgage lenders against defects or problems with a title. If a title dispute arises, the title insurance company may be responsible for paying specified legal damages, depending on the policy. Issuing title insurance is a two-part process. First, the title insurance provider researches records to make sure there are no undisclosed heirs to the property, unpaid taxes, pending legal action, errors, fraud or other problems with the deed. The title must be clean, verifying that the owner really does own the property and is free to sell it or borrow against it.
What types of real estate transactions does ClientFirst handle?
We handle residential and commercial refinance and purchase transactions. We can accept refinance transactions in every state, but Texas. We will accept purchase transactions in any of our 34 licensed states and the District of Columbia.
How is ClientFirst Title different from other title companies?
Our experience, technology, and drive to be the best gives us a big edge on the competition. Most of our team has been working together for over 6 years now, closing hundreds of transactions each month all over the USA. We have the most cutting edge technology in the title industry. Our software offers the client almost complete transparency throughout the transaction. Clients can see up to the minute statuses on their transactions, all of the documents associated with the transaction, as well as all of the correspondence.
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