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In addition to our Ocean Springs office, at the lender’s office, at the realtor’s office, or even at the property itself.
All parties that are on the property deed will have to sign the new property deed in order to close the sale. Non-titled or non-borrowing spouses, if any, may also be required to sign the security instrument, the deed, and possibly an affidavit.
Your owner’s title policy will protect you up to the full purchase price of your new home.
Example: You are buying a home for $300,000 and 6 months later there is a lien holder demanding full payment of an unrecorded lien in the amount of $68,000. Your title insurance will satisfy this amount.
This coverage does not increase with the value of your home; however, your owner’s policy can be updated for your new appraised value at any time.