Title Junction: Delivering Witness Courtesy Closings For Ultimate Transaction Peace Of Mind

Here at Title Junction we know firsthand that any type of house sale can prove a stressful experience for both buyers and sellers alike.  With so many procedural requirements and notarized documentation that needs to be filed, a home closing can quickly overwhelm even the most motivated individual.  While a local sale can prove tough enough, the team at Title Junction also recognizes that when buying or selling an out of state property, the stress and inconvenience seems to grow exponentially, leaving individuals on both sides of the transaction harried and frustrated.

Title Junction:  Our Witness Courtesy Closings Can Help Minimize Your Stress

If you’re looking for a way to minimize the stress throughout a long distance selling situation, you may want to consider witness courtesy closings as part of your transaction experience.  Both buyers and sellers managing the details of an out of state sale have found that witness courtesy closings offer  a much needed delegation resource for the extensive paperwork and documentation required throughout the transaction.  How?  By offering services on behalf of out of state mortgage, title and escrow entities and acting as a liaison to buyers and sellers.  This third party engagement instantly minimizes needless and unforeseen procedural blips and ensures that the close happens as quickly and conveniently as possible.

Witness Courtesy Closings:  What You Can Expect Throughout The Process

Without the assistance of a vendor that specializes in witness courtesy closings, buyers and sellers find themselves embroiled in (what can seem like!) endless trips to and from the property under agreement.  However, partnering with Title Junction for a witness courtesy closing minimizes the need for inconvenient and expensive travel.  At Title Junction, our qualified and highly-trained staff members will intercept all required paperwork from the loaning corporation.  From there we will transport the documents to an agreed-upon location for signature and notarization before processing, filing and forwarding them back to the originating party on your behalf.

Best of all, when working with Title Junction we will partner with you to ensure that the location used to review and sign all documents works for your specific schedule.  Don’t have the time to take a trip to a bank or real estate agent’s office?  Not a problem.  Title Junction will help you designate a convenient location for minimal inconvenience.  Whether you prefer a local café, public meeting space or even your current residence, our clients choose the ideal locale for their closing and we take care of all the details.

Most importantly, as leading experts in witness courtesy closings, Title Junction offers our clients a diverse and comprehensive range of services and capabilities for one-stop transaction solutions.  As such, we offer onsite Florida notary services to ensure that our partners don’t have to source separate vendors for one property sale.  No matter how far away you are from the property in question, Title Junction can receive, transport and notarize everything required throughout the process to deliver optimal customer convenience.

 

What to expect from your Cape Coral or Fort Myers title insurance company

There are many expectations that we have of people we do business with. Here we outline what you should expect from your Cape Coral or Fort Myers title insurance company. A title company should not be looked at like you are going to McDonald’s for lunch. They are working for you on your real estate transaction.

The duties of a title company include:

Serving as a neutral party.  – Title agents and employees should not be taking sides as to protect a seller over a buyer. They work for the whole transaction in a neutral fashion.

Receiving authorization for escrow monies. – This can be done through a contract for a purchase. One party will designate the title company to hold escrow from the buyer (usually the seller).

Following instructions precisely and in a timely manner. – The seller, buyer, real estate agents and lender all have some instructions that will pertain to closing. It is important for the title company to work with these given to have a smooth transaction.

Paying bills as authorized. – A title company will be given invoices to pay through a closing. They will advise if this is able to be done or not.

Provide an accounting for the transaction. – All fees that will need to be collected or disbursed and paid will need to be shown on a settlement statement (HUD1).

Disbursing of funds. – It is most important that the funds be disbursed according to the settlement statement.

Transferring title and recording liens. – A title company should be sure that all documents are processed correctly in the correct county for transferring of property.

If you are ever unsure about a process, you should get a second opinion. Although you may be tied to the title company you are using, you should know what is expected from the one you use.