Articles Editor's Blog Reader Mail

Title Insurance Charlotte NC

This page provides relevant content and local businesses that can help with your search for information on Title Insurance. You will find informative articles about Title Insurance, including "Title Insurance - Coverage for Deeds, Wills & Trusts". Below you will also find local businesses that may provide the products or services you are looking for. Please scroll down to find the local resources in Charlotte, NC that can help answer your questions about Title Insurance.

Allstate Darryl Johnson Agency
(704) 373-7044
715 North Church Street
Charlotte, NC
 
Southeast Insurance Solutions, Inc
(704) 560-8972
1515 Mockingbird Lane # 409
Charlotte, NC
 
Wachovia Insurance Services, Inc.
(704) 553-0419
6100 Fairview Road
Charlotte, NC
 
Nationwide Insurance - Brett Ziskind, Agent
(704) 527-5766
820 tyvola rd #100
charlotte, NC
Alternate Phone Number
704-527-5766

Hoffman Insurance Agency
(704) 280-8585
2015 Ayrsley Town Blvd, Suite 202
Charlotte, NC
Alternate Phone Number
704-280-8585
Services
704-293-4050

Hutch Ham Agency Inc
(704) 525-6016
821 Baxter St Ste 312
Charlotte, NC
 
Humana MarketPoint
(704) 643-1009
6100 Fairview Road
Charlotte, NC
 
Harris/Ziskind Insurance
(980) 297-7176
820 tyvola rd
charlotte, NC
 
James W. Brown State Farm Insurance
(704) 588-9600
13209 Carowinds Blvd Suite H
Charlottle, NC
Services
Insurance

State Farm Insurance Agency - Monte Thorns
(704) 509-5854
9401 Statesville Road
Charlotte, NC
 

Title Insurance - Coverage for Deeds, Wills & Trusts

Title Insurance


This is a special insurance specifically for the home or building owner. In the case of a problem with the title on the property the title insurance will cover the costs of fixing the problem.

In some cases a lawyer will actually give you a lower price for legal services associated with closing a real estate deal if you buy title insurance.

So, why would you bother? Here's the kind of problem that title insurance addresses:

  • Marital status of owner incorrectly given
  • Deeds, wills, and trusts that contain improper vesting and incorrect names
  • Transfer of property by a mental incompetent or minor
  • Property line disagreement (i.e. a neighbour builds a fence over your property line)
  • Confusion due to similar or identical names
  • Outstanding mortgages, judgments, and tax liens
  • Easements
  • Incorrect notary acknowledgments
  • A forged deed that transfers no title to real estate
  • Previously undisclosed heirs with claims against the property
  • Instruments executed under expired or fabricated power of attorney
  • Mistakes in the public records

Another war story: We purchased a brand new home from the builder. We decided to get title insurance even though we thought we'd never need. We actually got the title insurance because a lawyer guaranteed a lower closing cost with the purchase of title insurance. And sure enough - we had a problem with the public record. Now, our township cleared it up and we didn't have to pay anything, but this was a classic case where we could have had a problem. We are now very happy to have title insurance.

Read more general information about Home Insurance Policy , Condo Insurance and Renters Insurance . Read specifics about Structural Home Insurance , Home Content Insurance , Home liability insurance , Additional Liability Coverage , Title Insurance , Flood and Earthquake Insurance , and Living Expenses Home Insurance . Don't miss the sections about Home Insurance Savings , Types of Home Insurance P...

Click here to read the rest of this article from Insurance Guide 101

About Us | Contact Us | Link to Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Insurance Resources | Sitemap