Expert Real Estate Closing Service Throughout Allen Park MI
Title One - Allen Park, MI's Premier Real Estate Closing Service!
The process of buying or selling a property can be frustrating and complicated, and that's why choosing the right title company is essential. An organized and experienced title company can help facilitate a smooth and efficient closing process, helping you avoid the delays and hassles that often come with real estate transactions.
With over 25 years of experience providing exceptional customer service and expertise, you can trust our team of experienced staff to provide the personal attention and professional integrity you would expect from one of Michigan's top title companies.
We Can Help With Our Real Estate Closing Services
We'll be able to start the closing procedure once the title commitment is complete.We'll be working closely with your lender and realtor (if applicable) to ensure that we have all of the documents necessary to close. Prior to your closing, we will have a package available which contains all the documentation necessary to transfer the title and funds. At your closing, a friendly member of our staff will walk you through the process and get you into your new home! We try to make it as simple as possible for you, as buying a home can be a stressful situation.
Why Choose Us As Your Escrow Company?
We're committed to providing a positive experience from the minute you contact us until you close your transaction. At Title One, Inc. we are committed to providing our clients with an array of services for all of your title and closing fees. Our staff is experienced with most of us having over 20 years in the industry! The process of buying a home or refinancing a mortgage may seem complicated, but our team has done thousands of transaction a year and has the know-how to make your next transaction as seamless as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Services in Allen Park
Why buy title insurance?
Title insurance is necessary to protect the most important investment you'll ever make - your home. Since land is permanent and can have many owners over time, others may have acquired various rights in the land, such as utility rights, before you come into possession of it. In order to transfer a clean title to a parcel of land, it is first necessary to determine whether any rights are outstanding.
What danger of loss can you face?
If a lender has title insurance and you don't, what possible dangers can you face? As an example, let's say you bought a house for $120,000. You've made a $20,000 down payment, and your lender holds a $100,000 mortgage lien or beneficial interest. Your lender has title insurance coverage protecting his interest up to $100,000. The loan policy protects the lender against loss due to unknown title defects. The loan policy protects the lender's interest, it does not protect you. That is why you need an owner's policy, which can be issued at the same time as the loan policy for a nominal one-time fee.
If the builder of my home already has a policy on the property, why do I need it again when I purchase the land from him/her?
A title policy insuring the builder does not protect you. Also, many things could have happened to the land since the builder's policy was issued. Liens, judgments and unpaid taxes for which prior owners were responsible may be disclosed after you purchase the property - causing you aggravation and costing you money.
Get the help & advice you deserve from Allen Park MI's leading team of real estate closing & escrow experts at Title One! Contact us to speak to a member of our staff.