Will Your Title Insurance Policy Cover You When You Need it Most?

Posted on March 7, 2012 by

Title Insurance PolicyAre you certain your title insurance policy will cover you in the event you need it? Do you know what has been excepted from coverage on your last title insurance policy?  Did you know that you might not be using the correct documents in order to ensure continued title insurance coverage on your properties?  Learn how to properly read a title insurance policy and how title rates are calculated in Georgia. 

Attorneys Craig Halperin & Jonathan LymanJoin me, Attorney Jonathan F. Lyman and my partner Attorney Craig M. Halperin, of the law firm, Halperin Lyman, LLC, at the Atlanta REIA Main Meeting on Monday, March 12th at 5:30 PM. The information we will be presenting will not only help beginning investors to learn the legal side of the transactions they are conducting but is guaranteed to teach seasoned investors a new lesson or two as well.  This is a definite “Do Not Miss” educational event for anyone involved in real estate investments.

You may believe you have done what you need to do to protect your investment property by purchasing an owner’s policy but come learn the ins and outs of title insurance coverage and find out whether you actually have a policy in place that truly protects your interests!

Title Insurance and Recording for Real Estate Investors: From Coverage and Rates to Proper Transfers in Georgia

  • What kinds of deeds are used to legally transfer title and when are certain deeds required to ensure title insurance coverage extension on investor’s closings?
  • What are exceptions to title coverage and how do I know if I have any on my policy?
  • What is title insurance and when is it needed for investors?
  • Which kinds of investor transactions are generally insurable verse uninsurable and why?
  • What is the legal process for recording and releasing deeds from the county courthouses, who is responsible for these actions, and what are potential penalties for not doing so properly?
  • How are title insurance rates calculated in GA, and how has this changed in the past few years, and what changes do we predict coming soon?
  • How are recording fees and transfer taxes calculated?

Attorney Jonathan F. LymanAttorney Jonathan F. Lyman is a Managing Partner at the law firm Halperin Lyman, LLC where he works closely with multiple hard money lenders to draft and prepare loan packages. He also works with real estate investors to facilitate individual transactions, as well as assist them in solidifying their investment models and strategies.

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