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Title Tip: Follow These Steps To Get The Sale Closed

By Lydia Blair / December 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

Closing on a house can be frightful. But a new home is so delightful. And since we’re all set to go. Let it close, let it close, let it close. While getting to the closing table isn’t always lively and fun, we still love to get there. There are a few potentially slippery steps from […]

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Title Tip: Which Home Warranty Should You Choose?

By Joanna England / December 10, 2019 / 1 Comment
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Title Tip: Do You Need a New Survey Every Time? It Depends.

By Lydia Blair / December 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

When it comes to property surveys, sometimes age is just a number. Sometimes it isn’t. Many folks think a survey is good indefinitely. Others believe a new one is required with every sale. Age isn’t the only factor in determining if an existing survey may be used for a real estate transaction. There are many […]

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Your Home’s DNA: Decoding Your Chain of Title

By Lydia Blair / November 19, 2019 / 0 Comments

Ever wonder who owned your property 100 years ago? Or even 200 years ago? Your house probably wasn’t there yet and there may have been different trees, but someone else likely called your land home, just like you do. We need only to look to history to reveal the roots of your home’s DNA.

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Title Tip: Say Cheese! You Bought a House!

By Lydia Blair / August 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

It’s closing day. Say cheese! All those photos of smiling faces on closing day offer proof that most folks are delighted to be closing on a home. Either they’re getting the keys to their new property or they’re getting a check for the sale. Before the popularity of social media, most people mailed out moving […]

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Title Tip: Texas Homesteads And Judgment Liens

By Lydia Blair / July 30, 2019 / 1 Comment

It’s Homestead, Sweet Homestead in the State of Texas. Our Texas constitution can help prevent Texans from becoming homeless if they are in a financial bind. Texas homestead protection laws guard your homestead against foreclosure by judgment creditors such as credit card holders, bill collectors, or winning parties in lawsuits. This special protection from creditors […]

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