Great news! Nevada State Title has just opened and have assigned me there! It is the company's 3rd office in Las Vegas. It opened to the public last month. We were all working very hard to get everything ready for all your title needs. Call or stop by and say hello!
Nevada State Title
8945 W. Post Road Ste 210
Las Vegas, Nevada 89148
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Friday, June 12, 2015
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Friday, May 1, 2015
Please review CFPB updates in my news links: What realtors, lenders, lawyers and other escrow officers need to know on or before August 1, 2015 about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
Thank you for your time,
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Nevada is cracking down on Notaries Public that go to far and providing legal advice and preparing legal documents.
Read more about it here in the RJ!
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The answer will almost always be no. Most escrow officers will not risk the liability that "just writing up and recording a deed" outside of an escrow will cause. The escrow officer is liable for any mistakes, liens that they (or you) don't know about. Even if you expect to pay the EO, the service and recording of the document, an error is never worth a career change or a lien for the loss to the title company against her personal home (escrow officers pay for all financial losses out of their own pocket or some tile companies, they will lien an escrow officers home ...regardless of a spouse or not.)
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
The escrow officer / title agent and / or the title company are considered a "neutral third party". Independent of buyer and seller and respective agents as well as the Lender.
Simply put, as an example; if you ask the question "Is this a good deal or am I getting taken to the cleaners by someone?", the title company and / or any of its employees cannot comment or make any reccomendations to you or anyone one way or another in regard to loan quality, commissions, purchase agreements or weather or not your getting a fair price for the property either as the buyer or seller.
We (the neutral third party) would encourage you to consult legal counsel if you have such questions on this topic prior to signing any legal or binding contract.