Title insurance exists to insure your ownership rights in a property; keeping that roof over your heads safe from threats due to errors in the passing of title from one owner to another. There are many who view it as a bit of a rip-off because the research is done once in many cases and only updated from the last transfer through the new one. Even though this may be the case, a full premium is usually charged each time property ownership transfers So, what kind of problems could threaten your ownership? • Liens against the property for work done. • Tax liens. • Errors in surveys which show different property lines. • Subdivision liens due to non-payment of HOA dues. • Rights of way or newly discovered easements. There are many other…
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