Residential Services

YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD TITLE INSURANCE PROVIDER.

Overview

Title Partners works with the nation’s largest underwriting firms to provide title insurance. This allows us to represent only the best interests of our clients, and to help customers in any county or state. With our resources and flexibility, you get the best price available and minimize the time necessary for underwriting and endorsement decisions, and

Title Insurance

When a property is financed, bought or sold, a record of that transaction is usually filed in public archives. Records of other events that may affect the ownership of a property, like liens or levies, are also archived. When you buy title insurance for your property, a title company searches these records to find and resolve various types of ownership issues. After the title company finishes searching, it provides a title insurance policy that will help protect you from any issues that might be uncovered later.

Closing & Escrow

Funds disbursements, purchase contract execution, and property ownership transfer are essential to successful real estate transactions.  We manage the entire process of residential closing, from the preparation of the closing disclosure to the distribution of funds, document recordings, and home warranty.

Opening an escrow order or reserving a closing date is easy. Simply provide the buyer and sellers names, the property address and the date you want to close. We’ll handle the rest.

Escrow Services

An escrow account is a deposit of funds that one party to a contract delivers to another party upon completion of a real estate transaction. The account is managed by an independent third party. There are two types of escrow accounts that are part of the homebuying process: The real estate, or pre-closing escrow account, and the mortgage escrow impound account. Escrow accounts provide protection for the seller, buyer and lender by ensuring that no funds or property will be transferred until terms and conditions have been met.

Recording & Special Projects

Every owner, purchaser and beneficiary needs an insured title to protect their interests long-term. Teaming up with the right partners for post-closing services is no less important to ensure your rights are represented properly throughout the entire real estate transaction and for every day of your residence. Title Partners can help with document retrieval, accommodation recordings, search projects that expand beyond your reach, and foreclosure navigation. We are happy to assist our clients with all post-closing services through the life of the loan and residency.

• Document Retrieval

• Accommodation Recording

• Proceedings

• Necessary Party Exams

  • Document Retrieval
  • Accommodation Recording
  • Proceedings
  • Necessary Party Exams

Home Equity Lending

Your home’s equity is the value of how much of your property you own and is often the homeowner’s most valuable asset. If you need to borrow money against this asset, companies such as banks and credit unions will lend you money using your equity as collateral. Homeowners tend to take out home equity loans, also known as “second mortgages” to cover large expenses such as home repairs, home improvements and college tuition, as well as for purchasing a second home and consolidating high-interest loans. We help you understand how home equity loans work, what they cost, the risks involved and if they are a good option for you. When the time comes, we’ll help secure the best loan options available.

Title Insurance

When a property is financed, bought or sold, a record of that transaction is usually filed in public archives. Records of other events that may affect the ownership of a property, like liens or levies, are also archived. When you buy title insurance for your property, a title company searches these records to find and resolve various types of ownership issues. After the title company finishes searching, it provides a title insurance policy that will help protect you from any issues that might be uncovered later.

Closing & Escrow

Funds disbursements, purchase contract execution, and property ownership transfer are essential to successful real estate transactions.  We manage the entire process of residential closing, from the preparation of the closing disclosure to the distribution of funds, document recordings, and home warranty.

Opening an escrow order or reserving a closing date is easy. Simply provide the buyer and sellers names, the property address and the date you want to close. We’ll handle the rest.

Escrow Services

An escrow account is a deposit of funds that one party to a contract delivers to another party upon completion of a real estate transaction. The account is managed by an independent third party. There are two types of escrow accounts that are part of the homebuying process: The real estate, or pre-closing escrow account, and the mortgage escrow impound account. Escrow accounts provide protection for the seller, buyer and lender by ensuring that no funds or property will be transferred until terms and conditions have been met.

Recording & Special Projects

Every owner, purchaser and beneficiary needs an insured title to protect their interests long-term. Teaming up with the right partners for post closing services is no less important to ensure your rights are represented properly throughout the entire real estate transaction and for every day of your residence. Title Partners can help with document retrieval, accommodation recordings, search projects that expand beyond your reach, and foreclosure navigation. We are happy to assist our clients with all post-closing services through the life of the loan and residency.

  • Document Retrieval
  • Accommodation Recording
  • Proceedings
  • Necessary Party Exams

Home Equity Lending

Your home’s equity is the value of how much of your property you own and is often the homeowner’s most valuable asset. If you need to borrow money against this asset, companies such as banks and credit unions will lend you money using your equity as collateral. Homeowners tend to take out home equity loans, also known as “second mortgages” to cover large expenses such as home repairs, home improvements and college tuition, as well as for purchasing a second home and consolidating high-interest loans. We help you understand how home equity loans work, what they cost, the risks involved and if they are a good option for you. When the time comes, we’ll help secure the best loan options available.

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