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Buying Real Estate Property When Title is Vested by More Than One Person

clock May 28, 2013 05:50 by author MyTitleDirect
It is very important that you don’t rush into naming ownership, as this is a very important part of your life and of how to manage your investment in buying Real Property.












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Title Consumer Series: Common Ways of Holding Title

clock May 24, 2013 08:55 by author MyTitleDirect
This important question is one that real property purchasers ask their real estate, escrow and title insurance professionals every day. Unfortunately, these professionals may identify the many methods of owning property, but they may not recommend a specific form of ownership, as doing so would constitute practicing law and that’s against the law.






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What services am I actually paying for in closing costs?

clock May 22, 2013 06:23 by author MyTitleDirect
Many people also ask if they can use personal checks to pay for closing fees. Most title insurance companies do not accept personal checks greater than an amount of $250, because it is too much of a risk.























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Familiarize Yourself With Title Insurance & Save Money

clock May 17, 2013 12:16 by author MyTitleDirect
Although many homebuyers are free to shop around for a title agent, or a title insurance company, often times they do not do so, because of unfamiliarity with title insurance.























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Who Needs Title Insurance? Lender’s & Owner’s Real Estate Home Policies Defined

clock May 16, 2013 06:09 by author MyTitleDirect
Educating the consumer greatly helps in advocating smooth and affordable real estate transactions for everyone concerned, and that is why we are issuing perspective on who exactly needs title insurance, from all sides involved.










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How Does Title Insurance Work?

clock May 15, 2013 05:32 by author MyTitleDirect
Title insurance policies are indemnity policies. Typically these policies protect against losses arising from events that occur prior to the date of the policy, which is also known as the date of closing. This is unlike other types of insurance policies, such as auto or life insurance, which protect against losses resulting from accidents or events that occur after the policy is issued.


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