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    Purchase

    Purchase

    Buying a home is one of the largest investments that you can make in a lifetime. That’s why choosing the right title company is essential to the home buying process.

    The Role of The Title Company

    The role of a title company is to assure that the seller of the property owns the property, has the rights to sell the property and assures the title to the property is transferred to the buyer free and clear of any liens, judgements or encumbrances that could affect the title to the property.

    By verifying a free and clear title the title company guarantees their finding through title insurance, which protects the lender and owner if someone comes along and makes a claim to the property once it is transferred to you.

    Experience The Difference

    In-Person Secure Settlements
    For your safety, conference rooms are reserved for buyers and sellers only, and are held separately in our conference rooms behind a clear plexiglass for additional protection

    Dyson Air Purification System
    We care about your safety. Integrity Title goes above and beyond to protect our clients by installing air purifiers throughout its office and settlement rooms, supply facemask, gloves and a clear plexiglass divider in conference rooms for a safe settlement experience.

    Curbside Settlements
    Sign and Drive. Never get out your car for a curve side comfortable settlement for (Refinancing or Seller Signing Only)

    Virtual Agent Settlements
    Be Included in your client’s settlement live, safe and secure by
    (via CISCO Webex)

    Agent Commissions
    Commission, FedEx overnight or wired to agent or broker, per Broker written instructions

    E-Closings
    Approved and secure notarized settlements virtually,
    eNotarizing, secure by (via CISCO Webex) Closings (approved and vetted by Notarize Inc.)

    Earnest Money Deposits Platform
    Client(s) Ernest Money Deposits (EMD) made simple and trackable for agents and buyers

    Title Quote
    Quick and easy title quotes online (Click) Get A Quote

    Be Aware of Wire Fraud
    Important Wire Fraud Alert For Home Buyers
    WIRESAFE
    WIRESAFE

    Realtors®, real estate brokers, closing attorneys, buyers and sellers are targets for wire fraud and many have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars because they simply relied on the wire instructions received via email.

    A fraudster will hach into a participant's email account to obtain information about upcoming real estate transactions. After monitoring the account to determine the likely timing of a closing, the fraudster will send an email to the buyer purporting to be the escrow agent or another party to the transaction. The fraudulent email will contain new wiring instructions or routing information, and will request that the buyer send funds to a fraudulent account.

    We will urging everyone to INQUIRE BEFORE YOU WIRE and to never rely solely on email communication. Always follow these two simple steps:

    Inquire
    Before You Wire
    When in doubt, always call our office or your escrow officer.
    For the best in sevice, remember to always insist on
    Step
    1
    Step 1
    Obtain the phone number of your Real Estate Broker, Realtor®, Closing Attorney (if applicable) and your Escrow Officer as soon as a title order is placed or an escrow is opened. Complete the information below and keep this flyer in your escrow folder. If you are reading this at one of our lobbies and you don't have a copy of this flyer, simply ask the receptionist for a copy.
    Step
    2
    Step 2
    Prior to wiring, call the phone number you wrote down from step #1 above to speak directly with your Escrow Officer to confirm wire instructions. If you receive a change in wiring instructions supposedly from us or your Escrow Officer, be suspicious as we rarely change our wiring instructions.
    • Title order/escrow number
    • Realtor's name/phone
    • Lender's name/phone
    • Title or escrow company
    • Escrow officer/closing attorney's name/phone

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