With some of the lowest fees available in the industry, our clients save an average of $800-900! Unlike many other title insurance companies, we can come to you – so that you can close your purchase in the comfort and convenience of your home or office. We provide title insurance services in all 50 states.
Your title insurance policy is important protection to protect both you and your lender from a future property ownership claim, an unexpected lien or suspicious title. Our process is simple and designed to save you time and money. We first perform a search of the property’s title history. We can determine if there are any issues with the deed. Once we complete this search, we issue an insurance policy to you, the buyer, to protect you if a problem is later found.
Buying a home or refinancing a loan can be an exhausting process. Global Title Company can help you through the title settlement process, coordinating all the details with your realtor, broker, or lender. We are a fully licensed, full-service title insurance and closing company.
Global Title Services provides a variety of products and services that help complete or close real estate transactions. Global Title is a McLean, Virginia-based company who’s employees pride themselves on the quality of their work and the personal relationships they develop and maintain with their customers. Our company focuses on providing title and settlement services. When you use Global Title, there are no hidden costs. Unlike our competition, we will have your HUD-1 ready for your review prior to the settlement, to avoid any surprises.
The soundness of your real estate investment depends upon the condition of the title to the land, because what you buy is not land but the title to the land. Title insurance provides protection against claims of past actions which might threaten the title to your property. Most lenders will require mortgage title insurance to protect their interests. Although a title search will be done, it is impossible to eliminate all risks or hidden defects in the title to the property which cannot be discovered by examining the record, such as forgeries or voidable execution of a document. Title insurance will protect you against these risks.
At settlement, you will be asked to sign a deed of trust or mortgage; a note; VA, FHA, or lender forms; and a settlement sheet. You should review the documents carefully to be sure that you understand and are satisfied with the terms before signing anything. You will be asked to pay the balance of the purchase price and closing costs with a cashier’s check or certified check. Closing costs can mount up to a sizeable sum, but some of the items are tax deductible.