Why do I need Title Insurance?

Owning real estate is one of the most precious values of freedom in this country. Get the assurance that the property you are buying will be yours. Other than your mortgage holder, no one else should have any claims or restrictions against your home. Under our system of law, it's entirely possible for someone to claim an interest in real estate you think is yours. Even if you defend successfully in court, there are legal fees and costs to be paid. If your defense fails, your real estate ownership will be threatened and you could suffer serious financial loss. When you buy a home, you should expect clear title to the real estate. If your land title is clouded by claims, possible hazards and other problems, the security of your ownership will be in jeopardy. For protection against these and other types of land title difficulties, rely on Jones & Raulston. Our experts search and examine public records to locate trouble in advance-so problems can be cleared up whenever possible and transactions can be completed.

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