An owner's title insurance policy warrants that the property you are purchasing is free and clear of defects. Coverage encompasses compensation and financial losses you may incur to defend your ownership interest. It will also pay claims brought against you associated with liens or other issues. The coverage is in effect as long as you or your heirs possess an ownership interest in the property. Florida law, which sets the risk premium portion of the expense, is the same for all agents because it is based on the purchase price of the property. At Supreme Title & Escrow Inc. in Davie, we can provide you with a title insurance attorney that is thoroughly educated in the complexities of real estate law.

At Supreme Title & Escrow Inc., a title insurance lawyer will conduct a comprehensive analysis of public records pertaining to the chain of title to your property. Examples of defects that could arise during the investigation include faulty legal descriptions, construction liens, instruments signed by minors or those without the legal capacity to sign, or errors or omissions made when the instruments were publicly recorded. Other defects include:

  • Forged deeds
  • Liens
  • Undisclosed heirs
  • Outstanding judgments
  • Unrecorded easements
  • Unsatisfied mortgages

If any defects are found, an attorney from Supreme Title & Escrow Inc. can determine the necessary steps to remedy them. We also have a foreclosure attorney on staff to provide low cost defense.

For questions about lender’s title insurance or to schedule an appointment for a Florida title insurance analysis, contact one of our staff today at  +1 (954) 726-5580. 

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