It’s the time of year that so many of us look forward to and welcome with open arms. The cold brisk air gives way to milder temperatures, we start storing away our winter boots, gloves and hats and replacing them with umbrellas and lightweight jackets, and kids bikes and outdoor furniture replace the snowblowers and shovels.
As most home buyers have come to learn, many aspects of the home buying process are out of our control. Fortunately, you do have control over the companies you choose to work with, one of the most important being the title company. But how do you know how to choose the right one? The below provides a starting point and highlights a few questions that can be asked to help determine the right company for you.
Whether you’re in the market to buy a new home or you’re on the verge of listing your home for sale, finding a good realtor, one that you can relate to and feel at ease with, should be the first thing on your list of things to do. A good realtor will help pave the way to an easier, and hopefully quicker, closing.
The simple answer is this: A land survey depicts and records the location of a property’s boundaries, structures and buildings. The results of a land survey are recorded as a legal document and the information provided is a graphic representation, similar to a map, of the property.