First Alliance Title
A series of articles to address the Frequently Asked Questions
that arise from unique title situations.
Colorado recognizes two types of warranty deeds for transfer from seller to buyer. While both types of deeds contain warranties from the seller to the
Buying and selling a home is an exciting time, but there can be pitfalls for unsuspecting consumers. Buyers and sellers need to be aware that
Mechanics liens are a big headache when it comes to selling because the title company will require that the lien be paid in full. Title
A Case Study Lots of would-be home buyers will choose to rent instead of purchase because they don’t see enough monthly savings between their current
A decade ago many real estate professionals predicted that digital document signing would quickly replace the traditional conference room closing with wet signatures on paper.
Who signs the contract? How is it signed? What type of deed do we use? Do we need to open a probate? Should the estate
When You Can’t Attend the Closing: Proper Use of Powers of Attorney and Resolutions to Appoint a Signer
This article addresses one of the most common, and least understood, closing snags – the absent party. With preplanning an absent party is no big
Is your seller a resident of Colorado? If not, the title company may be required to withhold proceeds of the sale for Colorado income tax.
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