Title Insurance & Examination
When buying property, it is important to have a thorough title examination done to search for issues such as liens, tax problems, or more. If not promptly identified, these problems can significantly delay closing on a piece of property or cause problems later when you try to sell it. By finding issues and taking care of them early, you can save thousands of dollars on time-consuming delays in the future.
The Sperry Law Firm can provide title examination before closing on any property to ensure that it is free of encumbrances that can adversely affect the value of the land you are buying. Identifying title issues requires a keen eye for detail and a thoroughness that ensures no stone is left unturned in finding property defects. If any defects are found, we will work to properly resolve them, clearing your title for purchase. This way, you can be certain that you own a piece of property completely without fear that an unexpected party can step in and claim an interest or lien.
We also offer title insurance to prevent against potential losses from title defects. Title insurance for the buyer protects the equity interest they have in a piece of real property. When purchasing property, you are investing a large amount of cash and may have significant equity in a given property. It is therefore always a good idea to obtain a title insurance policy. Further, if you obtain a loan, the lender will require title insurance to protect its mortgage interest.
At Sperry Law Firm, our clients are our top priority. For more than 30 years, Bruce J. Sperry has provided quality legal representation to those with residential or commercial real estate needs. The attorneys at Sperry Law Firm understand the needs of residents and businesses of Plant City and the Greater Tampa Bay Area, as well as those throughout the State of Florida. The goal of Sperry Law Firm is to build an attorney-client relationship built on a solid foundation of trust. This trust is established through client communication. Here, each client is treated individually and their legal matter is given the attention it deserves. You will always receive prompt attention and will always be kept informed on how your matter is proceeding.