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  • Grant Deeds

    A grant deed is a legal document used to transfer ownership of real property. A grant deed contains the name of the person or entity transferring the property (the grantor); the legal description of the property being transferred (i.e., lot number, tract number, city, county and state); and the name of the person or entity that the property is being transferred to (the grantee). The grant deed shows that the title has not already been granted to another person.
  • What Is a Trust Deed?

    A trust deed, also known as a deed of trust, is a document sometimes used in real estate transactions in the U.S. It is a document that comes into play when one party has taken out a loan from another party to purchase a property. The trust deed represents an agreement between the borrower and a lender to have the property held in trust by a neutral and independent third party until the loan is paid off.
  • What is a Quitclaim Deed

    A quitclaim deed releases a person's interest in a property without stating the nature of the person's interest or rights, and with no warranties of that person’s interest or rights in the property. A quitclaim deed neither states nor guarantees that the person relinquishing their claim to the property had valid ownership, but it does prevent that person (the grantor) from later claiming he/she has an interest in the property. A quitclaim deed usually includes a legal description of the property, the name of the person who is transferring his/her interest, the name of the person who is receiving that interest (the grantee), the date and both parties’ notarized signatures.
  • What is Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure

    To deed in lieu of foreclosure Is when a property owner surrenders the deed to the property to their lender in exchange for being relieved of the mortgage debt.
  • What Is Indemnity Insurance?

    Indemnity insurance is a contractual agreement in which one party guarantees compensation for actual or potential losses or damages sustained by another party. Most commonly, it is an insurance policy designed to protect professionals and business owners when found to be at fault for a specific event such as misjudgment. Typical examples of indemnity insurance include professional insurance policies like malpractice insurance and errors and omissions insurance. These special insurance policies indemnify or reimburse professionals against claims made as they conduct their business.
  • Warranty of Title

    DEFINITION of Warranty of Title. A warranty of title is a guarantee by a seller to a buyer that the seller has the right to transfer ownership and no one else has rights to the property. In addition, a warranty of title may be used to guarantee that no other party has copyright, patent or trademark rights in the property being transferred.

Testimonials

6 days ago
Juan is the BEST Title Insurance Professional. He has been helping our office close our real estate files since 2004.This review is long overdue. We have been loyal to Juan Bueno due to his ability to be a problem solver and a closer. Juan is an excellent business partner and takes the time to ensure all his files are moving in a timely manner from start to finish providing updates along the way. Juan has helped us close REOs, foreclosure sales, probate sales, commercial, and residential files without a glitch. If you're not working with Juan Bueno already, you are missing out. Juan, thank you for all your excellent support throughout the years! (P.S. For the troll that gave Juan 1 star, there is literally no substance behind your review!! It is evident you are a competitor trying to tarnish Juan's great reviews with your 1 star review without substance. Work hard to earn your clients' high ratings like Juan does and then you will not have to post fake reviews!!)
- Wilma H
10 months ago
Juan has assisted us with several transactions over the years and has been a joy to work with every single time. He’s very responsive to all of our realtor requests and understands the sense of urgency when our clients need things done right way for their real estate transaction. Juan and his team keep us updated and are excellent at following up. We cannot recommend Juan enough for all of your title needs. Juan is the best!
Miche
7 months ago
Juan is the most professional and most responsive title officer I have dealt with. Always of service to his clients and always ready to help. I recommend Juan Bueno for any title services with absolutely no hestation.
- Agnes R

Why Title Insurance?

Title insurance for property owners, called an Owner’s Policy, is usually issued in the amount of the real estate purchase. It is purchased for a one-time fee at closing and is valid for as long as the owner or his heirs have an interest in the property. Only an Owner’s Policy fully protects the buyer should a covered title problem arise with the title that was not found during the title search. Possible hidden title problems can include:·       

Errors or omissions in deeds·       

Mistakes in examining records·       

Forgery·       

Undisclosed heirs

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Stewart Title of California - Ste. 206
22939 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90505
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