The Contract

Lender’s Title Insurance -
Serving NH & ME

If you’re taking out a mortgage loan to purchase your home, your lender will require you to purchase lender’s title insurance to protect their financial interests, should there be a problem with your real estate transaction. This type of title insurance policy—a one-time purchase— may protect your lender against any of the following issues:

  • Errors or Omissions in Deeds

  • Back Taxes

  • Liens from HELOCs, unpaid contractor bills, or other companies

  • Undocumented easements

  • Spousal claims

  • Conflicting wills

  • Unknown heirs who claim ownership of the estate

  • Title forgeries

  • Fraud

  • Title Resolution - quick and efficient

  • Title search -  quick turnaround within 24 hours

  • Competitive Rates

  • Veteran and 1st Time buyer rates are available

Purchasing the Correct Lender’s Title Insurance

The type and amount of coverage you'll need in your title insurance policy is determined by your specific real estate transaction and your lender’s requirements. We’ll help you with the coverage selection process soon after your purchase agreement is signed. Contact us today!

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Buyer’s Title Insurance

Signing a Contract

Some lenders also require that you purchase Buyer’s Title insurance to protect yourself from any issues that might affect the seller’s ability to legally transfer full ownership to you. Whether it’s required by your lender or not, we highly recommend you make this one-time policy purchase for your own protection and peace of mind.