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What are the documents involved in a Title insurance company?


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2007-11-12 22:46:05
2007-11-12 22:46:05

The title insurane company searches the title to your property and clears title. They prepare the title commitment, order payoffs, type your settlement statement and fund your loan. They also prepare your deed to be signed at close and record it. Both buyers and sellers must sign their Settlement Statement at the closing. Sellers must sign documents conveying title. Additional documents needed from you can differ depending on you situation. Certain documents become necessary based on marital status, poa, mortgage satisfactions, bank papers from various lenders, judgments and municipal liens.

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