In just about every state, the buyer is required to pay for the loan policy, or lender’s title insurance. However, the party responsible for paying an owner’s title insurance policy can vary from state to state. Your lender will usually include this information as part of the loan application and closing process.
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Wooden Law Firm has a specific division completely dedicated to Real Estate Law - Wooden Title & Escrow, LLC. Our real estate legal team is an authorized policy-issuing agent for Old Republic Title Insurance Company. Read through the most common questions buyers & sellers have when purchasing title insurance.
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Buying a new home is one of life’s most gratifying experiences and might be the biggest investment you will ever make. As you approach closing day, however, all those details can be overwhelming. It’s easy to overlook the single most important step in the entire process – the purchase of title insurance on your wonderful new home.