We are excited to announce that Advocus Title is now offering title and settlement services on refinance and purchase transactions for properties in Texas. We look forward to providing a first-class title experience to you and your borrowers in Texas using a blend of technology and high-touch customer service.
You can reach out to the Advocus Title customer support team for all questions or issues on Texas files. Our goal is to help you provide your borrowers with the fastest speed to close and smoothest closing experience in Texas.
Please visit our rate calculator to get a rate quote, or reach out to us via form, email, or phone (708-578-6776) with any questions about our expanded service in Texas. Thank you for choosing Advocus Title. We look forward to working with you in the Lone Star State!
Title Term of the Week: General Warranty Deed
|A deed in which the grantor fully warrants good clear title to the premises. Used in most real estate deed transfers, a general warranty deed offers the greatest protection of any deed.
Faster Closings with Faster Turntimes
At Advocus Title, we know that you want to provide your borrower with the fastest closing experience in the market. That’s why we are committed to continuously reducing our turntimes to provide you with lightning fast speed to close. To provide transparency and allow you to best manage your closing process, we publish our state-by-state turntimes to an initial title commitment on the GR intranet. Check out the latest to see how Advocus Title can help improve your speed to close.
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