The core of any real estate transaction begins with marketable title and the title insurance premium you pay at closing will secure that knowing for all parties involved. Talking about title insurance may seem mundane, but this episode gives you plenty of reasons why it’s anything but that.
Spencer Mobley, Title Lawyer by day… official BBQ competitor by night and weekends joins me to talk about if there are instances where you can actually self-insure, a potential new initiative by Fannie Mae that proposes title insurance not be required and the negative implications of this for the homeowner, along with a somewhat sneaky unknown fact about why title insurance premiums are so high.
Spencer Mobley, Partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP and one of my long time lawyers, represents financial services clients throughout the country providing counsel to lenders, mortgage servicers, and banks to help maximize recovery and mitigate mortgage loan losses through recoupment efforts involving title insurance, closing protection letters, mortgage insurance and the exercise of mortgage lien rights.
The team at Bradley are known as the tigers of title, not because they’re aggressive rather for their strategic specialized strengths when it comes to identifying and resolving issues arising from the enforceability of mortgage liens, note obligations and borrower-driven litigation.
Connect further with Spencer and the Bradley team at https://www.bradley.com.
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