In a real estate transaction, a Title Company is often selected to help ensure that the property has a clear title for the new owner. During a Title Search, a Title Company will find public records which will help determine if a clear title can be issued or if there is a “cloud on the title.” A cloud on the title (e.g., Judgement, Divorce, Liens) will have conditions that need to be met before the Title Company will issue a Commitment to insure the property.
When a Title Commitment is issued, it’ll have four “Schedules” – Schedules A through D. See below for a short description of each Schedule:
If you have specific questions about your Title Commitment, contact your Title Company/Escrow Office or the Attorney’s office handling your transaction.
For general real estate questions, feel free to use the form below and I will get back to you within 24 hours. ~Agent Val
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Val J Aranda, Metro Realty in San Antonio
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