Real Estate Title Insurance
IN CORAL SPRINGS, FL
Real Estate Title Insurance
When you buy a home, you want to be sure legal problems with former owners don’t pop up later. The way to do this is by buying title insurance, paid to an underwriter who takes on the risk if a title problem turns up months or years later. This is a standard fee associated with most Florida real estate deals.
In South Florida, the party who pays title insurance differs by county. In Coral Springs, the buyer usually pays this fee; in Palm Beach County, the cost generally falls to the seller. For this reason, buyers in Broward and sellers in Palm Beach are the ones who typically choose the closing agent who will handle their deal.
You can select The Law Office of Gary M. Landau and not only get your title insurance policy and all the necessary paperwork to close your deal, you also get an experienced lawyer advocating for your interests and making sure you are well represented. This is something only a lawyer—not a title company—can offer. It’s like getting two professional services for the price of one.
You wouldn’t buy or sell a business or other high-priced object without a lawyer reviewing the terms and watching out for your interests, and you shouldn’t do that with your home or commercial real estate transaction.
Real estate title insurance for the Law Office of Gary M. Landau is underwritten by Old Republic National Title Insurance Co., a longstanding, reputable firm. Because Gary Landau has been working with this company for years, he is often able to close deals that others cannot. His firm can also clear up any cloud on your title—from deed problems to probate issues—that might keep you from otherwise selling your property.
Contact us by phone or email for a FREE consultation to learn more about our firm or what we can specifically do for you. Attorney Gary Landau personally returns all calls to him.
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Why choose Gary M. Landau?
REAL CLIENT’S, REAL REVIEWS
REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY VS A TITLE COMPANY
When you sell your home in Palm Beach County, Florida, or buy one in Coral Springs, in most cases you get to choose your closing agent. Selecting the Law Office of Gary M. Landau means you’ll have a lawyer representing your legal interests throughout the deal, something a title company does not do, in addition to providing the title insurance and handling the closing. This gives you extra services for no additional money.
Since real estate is the biggest investment most people make, it’s important that you choose the right professional to handle your closing.
STEPS NEEDED TO CLOSE ON A REAL ESTATE DEAL
If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in South Florida, you may wonder about the steps involved. An experienced closing attorney will walk you through the process and carefully explain all the steps leading to a successful closing. These include:
Title insurance is a policy that protects you from legal problems that can arise after a purchase. In Coral Springs, Florida, a new buyer typically pays for title insurance, while in Palm Beach County the seller does. The Law Office of Gary M. Landau, P.A. provides title insurance for all deals we close. Buyers or sellers get the same insurance they get from a title company and also get peace of mind knowing an attorney is looking out for their interests.
Refinancing your home requires a similar type of closing as a new home purchase, with a closing agent overseeing the various legal elements and paperwork. Your lender may ask you to use their closing agent for your refinancing, but under Florida law you can select any closing agent you desire.
Choosing the Law Office of Gary M. Landau, P.A. can save you money on your title insurance premium during refinancing if you have a prior owner’s title policy from when you purchased your home.
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