What You Need to Know About Title Insurance
Did you know all property sales that involve a mortgage require title insurance? Even if a transaction is For Sale by Owner, a lender requires the borrower to obtain a lender’s policy before providing a mortgage.
Do you know the difference between a lender’s policy and an owner’s policy? How do you protect your financial investment?
The links below are designed to provide information about title insurance, and to help you know what to expect before, during and after the closing process.
Our Industry Explained:
Resources for consumers:
|A Guide for Homebuyers|
|7 Reasons Every Homebuyer Needs Owner’s Title Insurance|
|FAQs of Title Insurance for Homebuyers|
Resources for agents:
|Tips for Talking Title|
|What Realtors Should Know|
With Title Source, whether you’re buying, selling or refinancing, you’re in the experienced hands of one of the nation’s largest providers of title, valuation and closing services.
A dedicated purchase team means you have a single point of contact, which makes communication easy and reliable. And with the convenience of extended hours and the freedom to close any time, any place, we’ll get you to your closing as quickly, easily and with as little stress as possible.
Choosing a title company is the choice of the homebuyer and/or seller. Make an informed decision and tell your agent you choose Title Source.
Still have questions? We’re here to help.
Contact Title Source at (888) 848-5355 ext. 37467
or email us at email@example.com.
When and where permitted, Title Source, a subsidiary, or a third party may provide title, settlement, and/or closing services for your transaction. For a list of services provided by state and the entity providing such service, please click here.
Services provided in the state of Connecticut are provided by Charter Oak Title Company.
For license information, please click here.