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MUST-HAVE STRATEGIES FOR REAL ESTATE INVESTORS. RELEVANT AND TIMELY INFORMATION THAT GIVES YOU THE EDGE.
HOW OUR FIRM CAN ASSIST YOU
When buying real estate, the first thing you need to know is what you’re buying and who the owner is.
When you start a title search, you begin the process of discovery to know what you are liable for and how best to address the potential liens and claims against the property. These are the reasons why title insurance industry was created to tackle these issues.
Our Florida Title Insurance Lawyers know how to assist you with various title insurance issues, from lenders having claims against a piece of property to owner’s policies ensuring that title to the property is marketable.
HEAR FROM OUR VALUED CLIENTS DISCUSSING THEIR STORIES
Everyone has a story on how they’ve built their real estate portfolio, bought and sold their first home or started a business by building their building or leasing out commercial property. Their stories are our commitment to understanding both local and institutional size and treat every client the same, regardless how sophisticated their goals are or where they are in their process. Listen to hear more about how every client gets the guidance on being laser-focused on their needs.
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT
When you start your order, these would be the common questions you may have for us at Jeff Jinks Law as your title insurance attorneys:
Both parties (lenders and owners) have policies. For lenders, this requirement is to cover themselves in the event of additional claims to ownership over a property they now own a mortgage.
For owners, if some line item was missed within the scope of the title search, the buyer now has coverage as well.
As the state of Florida regulates insurance rates, there is not a difference among insurers. What you are looking for and what we pride ourselves in is the time and attention we take on providing our title insurance services.
Title insurance is about looking into the past as there may have been issues in regards to ownership claims, back taxes, or other disputes from previous owners that arise during or after the purchasing process.
TITLE INSURANCE 101
For any real estate transaction, without clear title, you can’t get to the closing table.
Every title company must complete a title search on any claim on the parcel in question and look at such claims as it can be or can’t be applied to how best to proceed.
What does that mean for you? Your standard owner’s title insurance policy will typically cover all such claims including but not limited to fraud, CCRs (restrictive covenants), right-of-way issues, encumbrances, claims from heirs in wills among other issues.
PEOPLE THAT WORK WITH TITLE INSURANCE
When buying or selling a piece of property, one of the most common questions is do you really need owner’s title insurance? The question is of course, yes but who does it really protect? All parties involved including:
There are various issues that can occur with title and escrow such as:
MAKE SURE YOU'RE COVERED
In conclusion, when Jeff Jinks Law wants to insure that all parties have the protection that they are ordering. Whether you’re a lender or buyer, you want to attain insurance to refrain from financial losses that could stem from title defects.
When you pay for title insurance, our team will start the process to see where the title data could damage or hinder a closing and how to best clear or mitigate it.
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