All posts tagged: #titleinsurance

Can You Buy or Sell Your Home 100% Online?

We do almost everything online these days — why not buy or sell a home online, too? A year ago, you might not have known anyone who bought their groceries online. Now, you can probably think of a few food or sundry items you’ve recently bought online yourself. Online trends that offer real value tend

We do almost everything online these days — why not buy or sell a home online, too?

A year ago, you might not have known anyone who bought their groceries online. Now, you can probably think of a few food or sundry items you’ve recently bought online yourself. Online trends that offer real value tend to ramp up quickly. What seems unknown or crazy at first becomes common practice soon. Real estate is heading this way, too.

Carly KaplanCan You Buy or Sell Your Home 100% Online?
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The Butler Rebate: Everything You Need To Know

There’s a simple way to save money before you close on your home that most real estate agents and brokers don’t talk about. It’s called the Butler Rebate and it lets Florida title insurance companies give you back a portion of the money you spend on your title insurance policies. Let’s get right down to

There’s a simple way to save money before you close on your home that most real estate agents and brokers don’t talk about. It’s called the Butler Rebate and it lets Florida title insurance companies give you back a portion of the money you spend on your title insurance policies. Let’s get right down to business, so you can hang onto the money that’s rightfully yours.

Evan FilsThe Butler Rebate: Everything You Need To Know
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New Tech Stretches Your Real Estate Money

Every day, I meet someone who almost wasted a lot of money on their real estate transaction. They book two inspections just in case the first guy misses something. They didn’t know they could shop for cheap title insurance. They thought they had to pay a lawyer to close. They might have been right ten

Every day, I meet someone who almost wasted a lot of money on their real estate transaction. They book two inspections just in case the first guy misses something. They didn’t know they could shop for cheap title insurance. They thought they had to pay a lawyer to close.

They might have been right ten years ago. After all, a lot about how we transact real estate in the U.S. hasn’t changed since the ’50s. Like the 1850s.

SimplyTitleNew Tech Stretches Your Real Estate Money
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Why You Need Title Insurance: Your Go-To List

Every Single Terrifying Reason (Almost)

Ask your average agent and they’ll tell you why you need title insurance—somebody might have a claim on your property or there might be a title defect. Ugh. But it sounds fixable or like it’s not so bad, because bad things happen to other people, right? Well, title defects can happen to anyone. Like you. Sometimes,

Ask your average agent and they’ll tell you why you need title insurance—somebody might have a claim on your property or there might be a title defect. Ugh. But it sounds fixable or like it’s not so bad, because bad things happen to other people, right?

Well, title defects can happen to anyone. Like you.

Sometimes, it’s nobody’s fault. Sometimes, it’s somebody’s fault, but they’re dead or missing or don’t have any money, so you can’t sue them.

Isabel GonzalezWhy You Need Title Insurance: Your Go-To List
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Who Pays for Title Insurance?

Depends on where you live — or what you negotiate.

  When you buy or sell a home, who pays for title insurance is one of the last items on your list—so it makes sense to want to understand the costs, so you can finally close. But it also makes sense that you might not have though about it much. You’ve been doing the open-house

 

When you buy or sell a home, who pays for title insurance is one of the last items on your list—so it makes sense to want to understand the costs, so you can finally close.

But it also makes sense that you might not have though about it much.

You’ve been doing the open-house thing, the realtors, contracts, and banks thing, and generally rewinding your imagination to when you didn’t have to deal with any of these things. 

Jared FletcherWho Pays for Title Insurance?
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