Purchasing title insurance is an inexpensive way to achieve peace of mind when buying a home
1. Lenders Require a title insurance to protect their investment. You should protect your investment as well.
An owner's policy will protect your property rights for a one-time fee for as long as you own your home.
2. An owner's policy protects you from:
a-unpaid mortgages; b-unpaid property taxes; c-child support liens; d-missing heirs who could claim the property belongs to him/her; e-missed easements or rights of way that could limit your use of the property.
3. There are 2 Types of Title Insurance
a-Owner's Policy protects you the homebuyer; b-Lender's Policy protects your lender.
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