As a full-service title and closing agent, we are able to handle any title matters that arise during the transfer of commercial and residential real estate. In addition, we are able to detect and assess any potential risks or liabilities that may interfere with the title transfer of real estate.
Title examinations and title searches are much more complex for commercial real estate than for residential real estate. Commercial property is far more likely to have liens, property divisions and title problems. There are numerous issues that need to be addressed and/or negotiated prior to signing of a purchase and sale agreement, such as:
- Easements given to cross over or use property
- Issues related to existing tenants
- Hazardous waste and environmental contamination
- Debt service and lender requirements
- Mechanic's liens
Title examinations are critical to ensuring that a loan will close and our client is protected. Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel & Chaiet, P.A. is a law firm with vast experience handling title examinations for residential and commercial real estate throughout the U.S. A clear title is critical to protecting the legal and financial interests of mortgage lenders, banks, relocation companies and home buyers. The conveyance of residential real estate can be significantly impacted by several factors if title is not "clean." Our thorough title examinations reveal title problems such as:
- Outstanding mortgage liens
- State, federal, county and city tax liens
- Mechanics' liens
- Missing heirs
- Boundary issues
- Other title problems
Closing a loan is often contingent on the ability of a title agent to properly handle title examinations and effectively resolve title problems. We have successfully handled thousands of title examinations and closings. We have the legal knowledge and proficiency to recognize and proactively resolve complex title issues.