residential

Introduction

Residential clients are a huge part of the title industry and our business. We want to provide current and potential customers with as much information as possible.  That being said, we have a lot of great articles geared toward those with real estate and settlement needs.  Take a look around!

What We Have to Offer

To start, we have a great selection of article on our blog targeted for residential customers.  First, we have a great topics guide about title insurance that is for readers who have general questions about title insurance.

After that, you may want to brush up on your mortgage terms.  Hey, settlements can be confusing, and we want to take the stress and hassle out of them for residential real estate clients.

Like Something You've Read?

After reading an article, did you see those icons at the bottom? Next, use them to share the post! It would be a great way to show how much you enjoyed it. We want other potential residential readers out there to see and learn from our website.

Also, if you have questions or comments, drop us a line on our contact page! We are always happy to help and see what we can do for you with your real estate and settlement needs.

Conclusion

Finally, residential customers, we want to help YOU.  One last page you must visit on our site is our Downloadable Resources page.  You will find a TON of handouts and handy information that will aid you through preparing to selling your home to getting to the settlement table.

To conclude, we are here to help, and encourage you to explore the resources we have to offer on our website.

Title Insurance Topics Guide

by: Jennifer Dixon

December 28, 2022 / Categories: Articles, Title Insurance, Topic Guides

Table of Contents Introduction Guide Level 1: The Basics of Title Insurance Blog Post Topics, Level 1: Title Insurance Basics Guide Level 2: Digging Deeper Into Title insurance Blog Post Topics, Level 2: Digging Deeper Guide Level 3: Getting Into More Complex Topics Blog Post Topic, Level 3: Complex Topics Conclusion Introduction Welcome to our Title Insurance Topics Guide!  Our experienced staff at Landmark Abstract

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Title Insurance Versus Attorney’s Letter

by: Jennifer Dixon

December 22, 2022 / Categories: Articles, Title Insurance

Table of Contents Introduction What We’ll Cover Title Insurance Attorney’s Letter of Opinion Watson v. Muirhead What’s The Issue With Attorneys’ Letters, Then? Conclusion Learn More! Introduction There has been much debate about title insurance versus an attorney’s letter. Many homebuyers are confused between the differences. Now, that is where this blog post comes in. An attorney’s letter of opinion offers a simple way of

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Documents You Need For Settlement

by: Jennifer Dixon

August 25, 2022 / Categories: Residential, Settlements

What do you need to have?! You need to know which documents you need for settlement BEFORE the big day comes, right? We have a handy list of documents here that you will probably need for both buyers and sellers. Still, be sure to you check with your settlement agent or attorney to see what you will need. We have two lists of documents that

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Easy Ways to Improve Your Home’s Value

by: Jennifer Dixon

August 17, 2022 / Categories: Buying and Selling, Residential

So, you are looking to sell your home. As you look around, you see scuffed paint, dated carpet, and dirty electrical fixtures. Outside, you notice your bushes in the front flowerbeds could use some trimming. Now, you want to sell your home quickly, right? Luckily, we’ve compiled the top EASY ways to improve your home’s value so can get what it is worth and attract

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Home Buying Process

by: Jennifer Dixon

August 13, 2019 / Categories: Buying and Selling

The home buying process can be confusing! We explain it below, from offering to closing. The specifics of your transaction may vary; but in general, this is a helpful overview of the process. Discuss the steps with your real estate agent and settlement officer. The Offer Once you’ve found the perfect home, it’s time to make an offer. This is the first step in the

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