There are two types of owner’s title insurance policies certified by the American Land Title Association – the Owner’s policy and the Homeowner’s policy. The Owner’s policy protects you from defects and liens in the history of your title through the date and time your deed is recorded in the public records. Trademark Title Services now offers more protection options. You can get an estimated cost of Owner’s Title Insurance using the calculator below, or you can click Loan Buyer’s Homeowner’s Title Insurance Calculator for an estimate. For the additional protection offered by Homeowner’s Title Insurance, please see the Comparison of Title Insurance Policies.
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