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Title Searches

Thorough. Reliable. Accurate.

What is a Title Search?

A title search is an investigation into the ownership history of a property. The purpose of a title search is to determine whether the seller has clear and marketable title to the property and whether any liens, judgments, or other encumbrances exist on the property.


We leave no stone unturned when it comes to investigating a property's history, including liens, easements, covenants, and restrictions.

Why is a Title Search Necessary?

A title search is necessary for several reasons. First, it ensures that the seller has the legal right to sell the property. Second, it alerts the buyer to any potential issues that may arise during the purchase process, such as unpaid taxes or mortgages. Third, it protects the buyer from future legal claims on the property.

How do we conduct our title searches?

At Alpine Title, we use a combination of public records and title searchers to obtain all relevant documentation. We start by searching public records for deeds, mortgages, and other documents that may affect the title. We also check for judgments, tax liens, and other encumbrances that may exist on the property.

Once we've completed our public record search, we issue a title commitment to protect the buyer and lender against any unforeseen issues that may arise in the future. This provides peace of mind to all parties involved in the real estate transaction.

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