Title Search Florida Inc

What is a Florida Title Search?

Here at Title Search Florida Inc, our goal is to help make the experience of buying, selling, and title transfer an easy and stress-free experience for everyone involved. Our Florida title searches can make this possible for you!

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A title search helps ensure you are buying a piece of property that is free and clear and legally able to be sold to you. It ensures that you are not putting money into a risky investment and it helps to protect you against issues that may arise in the future. A title search will look for negative marks on a property’s title that may cause problems for you immediately at the time of purchase or down the road. These types of marks that can occur on Florida property can include these local title search alerts:

  • unpaid Florida tate taxes owed by the current owner
  • overdue mortgages left unpaid
  • judgments levied against the seller
  • any limitations or restrictions on land usage
  • holds or liens that have been placed on the property
  • or any other negative or concerning marks

There are some “hidden hazards” even may not always be detectable in a full Fl title search. The most common issues we see involve things like:

  • mistakes made during the drafting or filing of paperwork
  • missing heirs that have a right to the property
  • another family member who feel they should have the property
  • fraud and forgery committed at any point during the process
  • defective deeds or deeds that are no longer valid
  • clerical mistakes made during the title paperwork
  • other various types of ‘human error’ mistakes

These defects may not show up during the pre-purchase title searches. This is why many homeowners opt for title insurance. Here at Title Search Florida Inc, we can help you determine if this is the right approach for you and your unique situation. We can run a title search to ensure you are as protected as you possibly can be and offer you the protection and peace of mind you need.

The Duty of a Florida Title Search Company

The title search company’s main duties include things such as:

  • Keeping the escrow and deposits until the time of signing
  • Conducting the title search and reviewing results
  • Help the buyer and seller with any issues that are uncovered
  • Overseeing the process of rectifying title issues
  • Preparing all of the necessary documents
  • Act as the organizing part for all final title transfers
  • Overseeing the signing and notarizing of papers and documents
  • Ensuring all papers and properly filed and recorded
  • Assisting with the title insurance process if necessary

Choosing the right title company in Florida will make your experience enjoyable and stress-free. We invite you to contact us today to see why more people trust us for their Florida title search needs. With us, you are our first priority each and every time!  So, call us today to get started with superior local title searches!

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PRODUCTS

Products, Pricing, and Definitions

The Prices Listed Below Pertain to Every Florida County.

Two Owner Search and Report $60.00
Full 30 Yr. Search w/Covenants,Conditions,Restrictions $75.00
Mortgage Search and Report $20.00
Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) Search and Report $25.00
Bankruptcy Search and Report $20.00
Update/Bringdown Search and Report $20.00
Lien / Judgment (Name) Search and Report $20.00
Deed Search and Report $15.00
Tax Search and Report $15.00
Property Information Search and Report $15.00
Foreclosure Search and Report $50.00
For Sale By Owner Search and Report $50.00
Copies Only: $5.00 + $1.00/page $5.00
Special Search and Report $0.00

This report reflects a search of the public records including the most recent Warranty Deed (or other similar instrument of conveyance), open mortgages, assignments, modifications and limitations of mortgages, judgments, liens, and property tax information. Copies of all pertinent documents are included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records including the Warranty Deeds (or other similar instruments of conveyance) whereby the last two owners of record acquired title to the property, open mortgages, assignments, modifications and limitations of mortgages, judgments, liens, and property tax information. Copies of all pertinent documents are included with the report.

This report reflects a 30 year search of the public records including the Warranty Deeds (or other similar instruments of conveyance) whereby the last two owners of record acquired title to the property, open mortgages, assignments, modifications and limitations of mortgages, judgments, liens, property tax information, and covenants, conditions, and restrictions affecting the property. Copies of all pertinent documents are included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records for all open mortgages encumbering the submitted property, including the mortgage amount, mortgagor (borrowers), mortgagee (lender), original loan amount, and recording book and page number. This report reflects assignments of open mortgage(s), including recording book and page number and the name of the assignee. This report reflects modifications, notices, limitations, and other instruments relating to open mortgage(s). Copies of all mortgages (pages including recording information, execution date, borrower(s), lender(s), terms of mortgage), and all recorded modifications, notices, limitations, and other instruments relating to open mortgage(s) are included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records including the most recent Warranty Deed (or other similar instrument of conveyance), the legal description of the subject property, and the property tax information. A copy of the Deed is included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records including debtor information, bankruptcy filing information (including District Court, case number, type, docket, date of filing, and date of discharge (if applicable). A copy of the bankruptcy docket sheet is included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records including newly recorded instruments since the effective date of the prior title search. This definition applies only if we have previously performed a search of the submitted property for you. Copies of all pertinent documents as outlined above are included with the report.

This report reflects a 20 year search of the public records including all liens and judgments against the name(s) you provide, include type of lien or judgment, date of filing, judgment debtor, judgment creditor, amount in Judgment, and date of recordation. We will only search the names as you submit them. Copies of all liens and/or judgments are included with the report.

This report reflects a search of the public records including the type of deed, the names of grantor(s) and grantee(s), the date of execution, the date of recordation, and the recordation book and page numbers. A copy of the Deed is included with the report

This report reflects a search of the public records including the tax year, method of payment (annually or on an installment plan), tax identification number (and parcel identification number if different), date of payment, amount due if not paid, prior years taxes due, assessed value of the land and building, and property tax exemptions (if any). This report does not include any copies.

This report reflects a search of the public records including the name(s) of the current owner(s), the parcel identification number, and the tax identification number (if different than the parcel identification number). This report does not include any copies.

This report reflects a search of the public records including the most recent Warranty Deed (or other similar instrument of conveyance), open mortgages, assignments, modifications and limitations of mortgages, judgments, liens, and property tax information. Copies all pertinent documents are included with the report.”

This report reflects a search of the public records including the most recent Warranty Deed (or other similar instrument of conveyance), open mortgages, assignments, modifications and limitations of mortgages, judgments, liens, and property tax information. Copies all pertinent documents are included with the report.”

If you only need copies, please provide the recording book and page number and County wherein the instrument(s) is/are recorded. The fee for copies is $5.00 plus $1.00 per page. Please specify which pages from each instrument are needed. If you do not know the number of pages needed, just submit your order and we will call or email you with the price once the complexity of your search has been determined.

This report reflects a search of the public records for any product not listed above.

CONTACT US

Professional & Reliable Title Research Company

507 Longfellow Court, Unit D Safety Harbor, FL 34695
Phone: 877-785-8792 Fax: 888-831-0301 Email: info@truetitlefl.net

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