Choosing a Title Company
In this market, sellers typically choose the title company to close the real estate transaction. It’s best to go ahead and do so now so the buyer can list it on the offer and the title company can get started with the process.
If you are trying to choose a title company, you may want to ask them the following:
What services do they offer?
What fees do they charge?
Where are they located?
Do they charge for mobile service if needed?
Have they had any claims?
Here is my favorite title company. You are free to choose any title company you like, but if you don’t have a preference, I know this one is a great option.
12800 Indian Rocks Rd., Largo
6500 Central Ave, STE C, St. Petersburg
Baxter Title is the personal touch option. They don’t have the bells and whistles of ITA, but they do a fantastic, extremely accurate job with the personal service of a small company. They don’t charge any junk fees, just a $399 settlement fee and the state regulated amount for title insurance.
What My Clients Say...
Barb did a tremendous job selling our condo under very difficult circumstances. She did a beautiful job with the pictures and the p.r. of our condo. She was ALWAYS professional, even when dealing with another agent that was not so professional. She crossed all her "t's" and dotted all the "i's" and guided us when needed. We would highly recommend her.
Lisa & Ed from Realtor.com