Communication and education are two things the entire Texas National Title team values when interacting with our customers. Here on our blog, our president—Latra Szal—combines both ideas and provides her thoughts with our fellow real estate professionals in mind.
In this month’s Closer’s Corner we share information about title insurance. It is very important to the transaction and often quite misunderstood. What is title insurance?Title insurance insures against financial […]
Listing fraud and seller impersonation has becomea very serious threat in the real estate community. Agents are getting deceived into taking listings from fraudsters and in some cases even going all […]
In a previous Closer’s Corner we talked about what happens to a property when an owner dies without a will: www.texasnationaltitle.com/article/deathandsellingproperty In this Closer’s Corner we are going to discuss […]
In earlier Closer’s Corners we’ve discussed the big change as to option fees in the new contracts: https://texasnationaltitle.com/article/option-money-and-contract-changes Let’s now look at how HOA fees are handled in the new Addendum […]
In our February Closer’s Corner we talked about the big changes to the TREC contract, most specifically the change that now directs option money to be deposited with the title company. www.texasnationaltitle.com/article/contract-changes […]
AN UPDATED CONTRACT IS BEING INTRODUCED IN FEBRUARY 2021 During the November 2020 quarterly meeting of the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), several rule changes were proposed and form changes were […]
TITLE COMMITMENTS: WHAT ARE THEY?A commitment for title insurance (“Title Commitment”) provides a buyer and lender with terms and conditions for how the final title policy will be issued. Title insurance offers protection for […]
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