What is Title Insurance?
Regardless of the size of the transaction, it is highly recommended for all buyers to obtain a title insurance policy when purchasing a property. A title policy protects the buyer from any problems with the chain of title to a piece of real estate such as forged deeds, liens, encumbrances, or defects in the title to the property. Even though the chance of calling on the insurance for coverage is relatively low, the value on what a buyer stands to lose if a buyer goes through the transaction without coverage is high.
We know the purchase or sale of a commercial property can be complicated, entangled and time-consuming. As a team of experienced closing attorneys who work diligently to provide prompt, reliable service, we provide a stress-free closing for all parties involved in the transaction. Most importantly, we help deals close, providing creative, practical solutions to challenges that arise throughout the commercial transaction.
Our expertise consists of acquisitions, dispositions, refinancing, and construction-to-permanent financing conversions for virtually every type of commercial property, such as undeveloped land, office, multi-family, multi-site, retail, hospitality, and industrial properties throughout the United States.