A home is the single largest investment most of us will make in our lives. To buy with confidence, get owner’s title insurance. It’s the smart way to protect your property from legal and financial claims. To help you understand how it works, here are answers to common questions:
As California becomes the first state to mandate solar panel installation on all new homes built as of the year 2020, with the commercial sector likely to follow by the year 2030, here are some key points that will help you ensure a successful escrow given the mandates. There are many ‘pro’ and ‘con’ arguments available for you to research, but we have been discussing the issue of of solar panel leases and the transfer of real property at length for some time. To learn more, read on:
We’ve recently made some upgrades to our already very powerful Fidelity TitleForce app! This prospecting tool allows the user to have on-the-ready property information, Walking Farm®, prospecting, and calculation tools. Here is what’s new:
Taking title to real property in California may be held by individuals, either in Sole Ownership or in Co-Ownership. Co-Ownership of real property occurs when title is held by two or more persons. There are several variations as to how title may be held in each type of ownership. The following brief summaries reference some of the more common examples of Sole Ownership and Co-Ownership.