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1. What is Title Insurance- (Spanish Version)
2.
Methods of Holding Title- (Spanish Version)
3.
Reasons for Title Insurance- (Spanish Version)
4.
Title Obstacles
5.
Title Policies - (Spanish Version)
6.
Life of a Title Search- (Spanish Version)
7.
Statement of Information
8.
Preliminary Title Report- (Spanish Version)
9.
Trust Requirements
10.
Living Trusts and Title Insurance
11.
Understanding Living Trusts
12.
Quiet Title
13.
Homeowner Policy
14.
ALTA Policy Comparison
15.
The Interim Binder
16.
Lenders and Title on a Refinance
17.
Why do You Need Title Insurance
18.
Understanding Title Insurance
19.
Real Estate Withholdings
20.
Community Property & Right of Survivorship
21.
Title and Escrow Terms
22.
Payoff and Sub Escrow
23.
Uninsured Deeds
24.
Title Documents Defined
25.
Concurrent Closings
26.
Homestead
27.
Joint Tenancy vs. Community Property
28.
Easement Information
29.
Closing Costs
30.
Title and Escrow Fees
31.
Land Contract
32.
All Inclusive Deed of Trust
33.
Preliminary Information
34.
Endorsements
35.
How to Read a Plat Map
36.
Domestic Partnership
36)
Mello-Roos
37)
Probate
38)
Life of an Escrow
39)
Steps for a Successful Escrow
40)
Escrow Overview
41)
What is Escrow?
42)
Escrow Questions
43)
Escrow Terms
44)
Escrow Delays
45)
Escrow Checklist for Agents
46)
Escrow FAQ
47)
Solar Easements
48)
Priority Losses - Why Lenders Say No
49)
Mechanics' Liens
50)
ProAccount Manager 90
51)
ProAccount Managers 60 & 90
52)
ProAccount Manager 8
53)
ProAccount Manager 13
54)
ProAccount Managers 59 & 193
55)
Supplemental Taxes
56)
Tax Assessment Reappraisal
57)
ProAccount Manager 110
58)
Property Tax Guide
59)
The Value of a 3rd Party Closing Company
60)
Steps in the Title ProcessBR> 61) What is Title--more info
62)
How to Hold Title - Advantages and Limitations
63)
Documentary Tax Exemptions
64)
Lis Pendens

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