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Changes in Insurance For Your HOA: What You Need to Know

Changes in Insurance For Your HOA: What You Need to Know

Property insurance can be a touchy subject. Especially in Florida, just bringing up the subject can cause everyone in the room to prickle. Admittedly, the current landscape isn’t a lot of fun. That being said: the more knowledge you have, the better.  Rising...

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Who Chooses the Title Company in Florida?

Who Chooses the Title Company in Florida?

Title insurance? There are so many other things to worry about when purchasing and negotiating the closing of a home that people often neglect to put much thought into choosing their title company. But choosing the right title company can have a big impact on a...

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Are there any Problems a Title Search Cannot Reveal?

Are there any Problems a Title Search Cannot Reveal?

A title is the foundation of real estate ownership and establishes your legal right to own your home and use it as you see fit. Before you finalize ownership of your home, go through closing procedures and take on ownership, a title agent will examine your title for...

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Who Pays for Title Insurance in Florida?

Who Pays for Title Insurance in Florida?

Congratulations! You found your dream home and now you’re entering the final stretch of negotiations and closing documents. But before you sign off, make sure you have the title insurance squared away. The title is the foundation of your ownership of your home and the...

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What kinds of Problems can a Title Search Reveal?

What kinds of Problems can a Title Search Reveal?

The title to your home is your legal record of holding ownership of your home. The title holds the record of ownership of your property and if it’s not clear, then someone else can potentially make a claim to your home. Believe it or not, one the most crucial steps in...

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How much is Title Insurance in Florida?

How much is Title Insurance in Florida?

Title insurance is a necessary and non-negotiable part of closing on a home and ensuring that your ownership is uncontested. Title insurance protects against any person or third party has an interest in a home, such as a lien or an easement from a previous owner. Two...

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