American Home Title Group can help you avoid legal potential problems with our extensive experience in the business. We’ll make sure your home is properly titled and insured, which is important for several reasons. Here’s one of them.
One example of real estate fraud is when a seller assumes the identity of a property owner and tries to sell the property. Let’s say you own a property in Baltimore but live in California, and haven’t visited Baltimore in some time. In this example from Home Closing 101, someone could easily look up the public records of Baltimore properties with out of town owners who have owned the properties for a long period of time. It would be easy to determine that they weren’t living there currently, and to forge the proper deeds, assume the property owner’s identity and sell the property to a buyer. Title insurance would protect you from this kind of real estate fraud, and ensure that the property remained in your hands.
American Home Title Group has been helping Marylanders with their title needs for over 25 years. In the ever-volatile real estate industry, a company’s longevity can be attributed to the quality of its work. With more than 120 years of experience in real estate and titles, American Home Title Group is your Howard County title company ready to provide you with the best experience possible in every capacity.
To get you started on the way to titling your home, try our free title settlement quote program here. You can fill it out for a free, no obligation title quote. It’s easy and fast so you’ll have the information you need in seconds. Contact us for more information about our title and other real estate services.
As your Howard County title company, American Home Title Group is ready to assist you today with a variety of real estate needs you may have. Contact us now to begin your home titling process. Our phone number is 410-750-8500. To reach us via email, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow our blog and keep up with us on Google+, Facebook, and Twitter.