How Much Does a Preliminary Title Report Cost?

A preliminary title report refers to the legal document obtained after a home’s title has been reviewed by a lawyer and cleared of any obstacle for selling.  Also known as a settlement statement, the preliminary title report usually enumerates all settlement costs to both the buyer and seller of the property, title commitment, and a title insurance policy.

With this document, the buyer is protected that the property he or she acquired is free of a clouded title, while the seller is assured that there are no existing liens on his property that has to be paid at settlement.

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Average Reported Cost: $1000

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