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How Do I Obtain Documents Included in a Title Report?

How can I obtain the documents included in a title report?

Harry Jensen, Trusted Mortgage Expert with 45+ Years of Experience
, Trusted Mortgage Expert with 45+ Years of Experience

We provide an overview of a title report as well as an example title report on FREEandCLEAR for your to review. The title report, also referred to as a title search or abstract, lists the documents discovered in the property search; however, these documents are limited to current title holders of the property as well as any existing liens (such as a mortgage or property tax bill) and easements against the property. The title company searches public databases such as city and county records to prepare the title report. The records discovered in a property search that are referenced or summarized in the title report are usually kept by the title company. You can review these documents by making a request with the title company or by contacting your county recorder office. The county recorder office may also be able to provide additional documentation such as historical property records.

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Harry Jensen, Mortgage Expert

Harry is the co-founder of FREEandCLEAR. He is a mortgage expert with over 45 years of industry experience. Over his career, Harry has closed thousands of loans for satisfied borrowers and now offers his advice and insights on FREEandCLEAR. More about Harry

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