Showing posts from November, 2017

Why Arrowhead Title is the BEST Choice for Your Title Service Needs at the Lake of the Ozarks!

Arrowhead Title, Inc. is proud to be a trusted title agency at the Lake of the Ozarks . We have been serving the Lake Area since 1984, and in that time we have helped hundreds of customers and developed many fantastic customer relationships. This week, we want to share with you some of the things we believe make us unique in the title industry at the Lake of the Ozarks . Absolute Accuracy When it comes to real estate and title matters, accuracy is absolutely essential. Even one small oversight or error could cost a homeowner hundreds (or possibly thousands) of dollars. In order to protect our clients' current and future interests, our title experts conduct every transaction with the utmost precision and accuracy. Community Involvement The Lake Area is famous for being a major tourist destination. Underneath a surface of thousands of tourists and second homeowners, however, there lies a close-knit community of individuals who make the Lake their home year-round. We are hon

Arrowhead Title is Giving Thanks!

Thanksgiving is just about here, which means it's time to give thanks for all of the things in our lives that make us happy. It's not a time to worry about who has the flashiest car or who has the biggest house; Thanksgiving is simply about focusing on anything in your life that you are grateful for. In honor of this wonderful holiday, we thought we'd take a moment to share some of the things that we're thankful for here at  Arrowhead Title, Inc . We're Thankful For... An Outstanding Team We're honored to be recognized as one of the  best title insurance companies at the Lake of the Ozarks , but we don't deserve all the credit ourselves. We owe our success to our amazing staff members who go above and beyond for our clients every single day, on every single transaction. We are so blessed to have an outstanding team that makes it a joy to come to work every day. Our Amazing Clients We can't thank our team without also extending some well-deserved

How Can A Property Lien Affect Home Ownership?

Although liens are common in the real estate world, they're often overlooked by home-buyers because they don't understand the implications that can arise from such things on a deed. Unfortunately, the failure to anticipate and settle outstanding liens before closing can lead to delayed or derailed deals. Worse, undiscovered liens can cause years of legal problems after a sale. What is a Lien? A lien is a right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt owed by that person is discharged. Liens on real estate are a common way for creditors to secure debts that are owed to them. A property lien is a notice attached to your title informing everyone that you owe money. In today's blog, your Lake of the Ozarks title company explains the implications of having a lien on your property. Selling Your Property When you have a lien on your home, you are not able to sell it. In order to sell or refinance your home, you must have a clear title. Hav

Choosing the Right Title Company

If you've ever bought a home, you know that the process requires the full (and careful) integration of many moving parts. The sellers, buyers, lenders, and real estate agents must work together to bring the transaction to a successful resolution. However, these important parties aren't the only ones who will be closely involved in the transaction process. While you as a buyer or seller may not realize it, a  Lake of the Ozarks title company will also play a crucial role. What Does The Title Company 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 validity of the title Issuing the title insurance policies Serving as the escrow agent Essentially, it is up to the title c