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Life at the Lake of the Ozarks

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The Lake of the Ozarks is a great place to live and work! You may already know the area as a popular summer destination for tourism and family vacations; however, did you know that the Lake has grown in the full-time community a lot as well? Living at the Lake full-time is a great experience that provides both the fun activity of summer in addition to the calm and peace of the off-season. Arrowhead Title loves bringing people to the Lake of the Ozarks and helping them join our community through professional real estate transactions.

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Thriving Businesses
A lot of businesses are struggling right now, but the economy at the Lake of the Ozarks is doing quite well! There are a lot of business opportunities at the Lake, so you can find a great job to support your family in your new Lake adventure when you move. Five million people visit the Lake of the Ozarks annually, bringing a lot of great opportunities you can take advantage of. 
Natural Beauty
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Home Has Sold... Now What?

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Selling a home is an incredibly stressful process a lot of the time. You may have a lot of worries riding on whether or not the home sale will go through, if the paperwork will be accurate, and several other natural concerns that come with selling a house. Arrowhead Title is the best title company at the Lake of the Ozarks, so we understand how frustrating the process can be if it's not done correctly.

Once the house is sold and you are comfortably settled in your new dream home, you may not want to think about the old house any more... Out of sight, out of mind. However, there are a few important steps that you need to follow to make sure the transition is smooth and nothing is missed that could cause issues for you later. Keep reading to learn more!


Release the Lien
Once you have paid off your home, the existing lien should be removed so that your ownership change is accurately reflected on all statements of credit. Your creditor will sign a Mortgage Release of Lien Certificate i…

How to Find the Best Title Company

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It can be hard to know what companies you can trust, especially if you've never purchased a home before. Do you know what questions to ask? Do you know how to find a title insurance company that will fit your needs? Arrowhead Title is here to help answer these questions for you. As the best title insurance company at the Lake of the Ozarks, we are all about accuracy and integrity. So, even if we don't serve your area, we want to make sure you are able to find the best agency possible. Keep reading to learn more!


What Does the Title Agency Do?
While first-time buyers generally do not understand the role a title company plays as well as they understand lenders' or realtors' responsibilities, that does not mean a title company's role is any less important. Here is a quick look at the types of responsibilities a title company will fulfill during the closing process:
Ensuring the validity of the titleIssuing the title insurance policiesServing as the escrow agent Essenti…

Title Insurance Myths Most People Don't Know!

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Title insurance is not something that a lot of home buyers understand very well. It isn't a particularly exciting topic if you aren't familiar with how important it is in protecting your rights to your new property. Arrowhead Title has found that oftentimes people aren't even sure what title insurance is and aren't sure whether or not they need it. As the best title company at the Lake of the Ozarks, we know exactly what it takes to successfully close on  home and keep your title safe for years to come. Keep reading to learn about a few common myths about title insurance.


Title Insurance Isn't Necessary Everyone should have title insurance. You may think you know the whole history of the house you're purchasing, but it's impossible to know everything. Title insurance protects your right to the property in the event that a previously unknown heir claims ownership of the property, if it is later revealed that the "sellers" were not the rightful owne…