Title Insurance and Much More!
We've Got it All Covered!
When you hire ALT to provide title insurance for your residential real estate purchase, we will be managing your settlement process and conducting your closing too. And it’s all included in the one-time title insurance premium that you pay at settlement. Our process makes it unnecessary to pay an additional fee for similar settlement services offered by a real estate broker/agent or their in-house service providers.
We encourage you to shop around and compare settlement services and fees. In fact, federal law is clear that real estate brokers must notify consumers in writing that they are not required to utilize the ancillary settlement services provided by their company/agent or their preferred settlement services provider as a condition of purchasing real estate.
To show you how we measure up, we’re providing a chart of ALT’s settlement services and fees on a typical transaction vs the average real estate broker/agent or their preferred settlement service providers.
The Typical Broker average listed on this chart is based on fees provided to us by previous customers for comparison purposes only.
Most retail real estate brokerages are independently owned and fees may vary. All real estate commissions and fees for services are negotiable.
But wait, there's more!
After your settlement...
We Keep You Organized!
- We provide you with an electronic copy of the signed closing documents and Agreement of Sale
- We store a copy of your electronic documents too, in a safe and secure place, in case you need them in the future.
- If you ever need a copy of your deed, just contact our office and we’ll send you a copy free of charge.
- If you ever need to add or remove someone from your deed, we will prepare the new deed at no cost. You will only have to pay your municipality’s recording fees.
Get a complete and accurate Title Quote
ALT was one of the first companies to offer their customers an online title insurance calculator that details not only the title insurance premium, but all of the lender required endorsements, CPL, miscellaneous fees, county recording fees and transfer taxes.