The closing is the final step of many, in the process of purchasing or selling a home. This is the day in which the homebuyer officially takes over ownership of the property. For the seller, this is when their proceeds are received from the sale. The many steps prior to this include: buyer financing, appraisals, […]
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Title searches are investigations conducted during the property conveyancing process to examine the history and legal status of a property’s title. They involve reviewing public records, such as land registries and property documents, to gather information about the property’s ownership, any encumbrances or restrictions, and potential issues that may affect the title. During a title search, a conveyancer […]
Are you in the process of purchasing a home? Here are some very helpful tips to make your journey a little easier! If you have questions regarding your closing, please feel free to reach out to our team at Dodge County Title & Escrow at (402)721-5833.
Are you selling your current home that is titled in your Trust? Or perhaps you are buying a new home and would like to title the home in your Trust. If either of these apply to you there are a few things you should expect to have readily available for your title company. First, you […]
Certified funds are just that. They are certified to be good, guaranteed, valid, and non-revocable. Here are some of the different types of certified funds: Cashier’s Check Bank money order Wire Simply put, once a cashier’s check or bank money order is issued by a bank, it cannot be recalled or cancelled by the bank. […]
Simply put, title insurance is a way to protect yourself from financial loss and related legal expenses in the event there is a defect in the ownership of your new home. Title insurance differs from other types of insurance in that it focuses on risk prevention, rather than risk assumption. With title insurance, title examiners review […]
Imagine saving for years to buy a home. After a long search, you find the perfect property, make an offer and it’s accepted. As closing day draws near, you receive an urgent email from someone who purports to be your closing agent/attorney. You open an attachment to see the address of the home, the name […]