How Does Title Insurance Protect You?
Thu Mar 7, 2019 on Blog
Video: How Does Title Insurance Protect You?
FAQ’s With Roy Oppenheim
Full Transcript: Frequently, people also ask, “How does title insurance protect you?” And the answer is really simple. Title insurance is a guarantee by a multi-billion dollar company, that they are going to provide you and indemnify you with protection in the event that something goes with wrong with your title. Read More: Do I Need Title Insurance?
And they’ll protect you in one of two ways. They will either sue and file lawsuits and get what’s rightfully yours through the legal system. And if for some reason they can’t do it that way, and the only way they can do it is by stroking you a check for what you paid for the property, they will write you a check. And they’re an insurance company, so they have a lot of money. They’re highly regulated by the states. And so, typically, if something goes wrong, they are there to protect you.
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2500 Weston Rd #404
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331
Weston Title & Escrow is a trusted South Florida title company, serving Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties as well as the entire State of Florida since 1994.
Owned and operated by attorneys Roy Oppenheim and Ellen Pilelsky, the founding partners of Oppenheim Law, Weston Title provides highly personalized services in the areas of real estate closings, title insurance, title searches and escrow services.