We treat REALTORS®, Lenders, Buyers and Sellers as partners, building strong relationships based on trust and stress free results.
We provide our customers with title insurance to give them the peace of mind that their property ownership is protected. We are committed to making the process of title insurance stress-free, so you can rest assured that your best interests are being taken care of. Our team of experts is committed to delivering a stress-free experience, so you can rest assured that your assets are safe and secure.
Trust only the best with your Title Insurance needs!
We recommend working with your Agent and or Lender and consider their suggestions. However, the ultimate choice is yours. With 25+ offices through the state, we provide local service that is backed by state wide resources. We are proud to be part of the community we call home, and always put your interests first!
Searching the past to insure your future.
Whether you're just starting to search for a new home, or you've already signed a purchase agreement, we can help you through the purchase process and then help you keep your home protected.
When a property is financed, purchased or sold, a record of that transaction is typically filed in public records. In addition, records of other events that may affect ownership of a property, such as liens, are also archived.
When you buy title insurance for your property, a title company searches these records to find - and fix, if possible - several types of ownership issues. First, the title company searches public records to determine property ownership status. After the search, the underwriter will determine the insurability of title.
Title insurance is a unique form of insurance because it protects you against ownership claims against your property.
Unlike other types of insurance, a title insurance policy, for a one-time premium, provides protection to you and your heirs for as long as you own the property. Also, unlike other types of insurance, title insurance protects you from events that happened in the past, such as a forgery, overlooked heir, or other type of claim, by an individual or entity who may truly (but unknown to you) have a right to your property.