Founders Title company answers your frequently asked questions about Title Insurance. Founders Title will help you with the closing on your home.
Home sellers have a choice when selecting a title company to handle the closing of their home.
Our Knowledgeable, friendly title specialist provide a professional closing experience and deliver an unparalleled level of service. Contact us for a free comparative rate quote and an estimate of closing costs firstname.lastname@example.org
1- We have been serving the Wasatch front for over 30 years.
2- We have 2 locations to support you, Salt Lake and Layton.
3- Founders Title is committed to giving back to our community, the company is proud to support many deserving organizations including Neighborhood house, Turn Community Services, and various Love Utah Give Utah affiliates just to name a few.
4- We are a proud member of The American Land Title Association working to improve the land title industry.
5- We continually invest in our employees education, our current courses help us gain a better understanding of Cyber Fraud and how we can better protect ourselves and our clients.
When you buy a home, you’ll be required to submit personal information to your lender and/or settlement or escrow agent. This information may include Social Security numbers, bank account numbers and credit and loan account numbers.
Unfortunately, would-be fraudsters sometimes attempt to steal personal information and even money through real estate transactions.
Protect yourself and remember to:
3 tips to shorten time to close on a property
1- Get pre-approved, not just pre-qualified A pre-qualification is just a quick conversation with a lender who may glance at the borrower's credit score. However, a pre-approval is a more thorough review of their credit history.
2- Don't make lowball offers. A strong offer doesn't have to meet the full list price — but it may mean vowing to make a larger down payment, offering up more earnest money, or accepting an early closing date.
3- Put paperwork in order, Even with a pre-approval, buyers will still need paperwork to finalize the transaction, and having it ready up front could save time.