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Ocean View Title & Escrow

An attorney-owned and operated title insurance and closing company based in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Caring, Accessible, & Responsive

Ocean View Title & Escrow understands that title services can have a big impact on your financial health. We expertly chart a smooth course of action for your real estate transaction avoiding potential title defects.
How we help you.

Ocean View Title & Escrow Services

We are structured to deliver peace of mind. Wether you are a home buyer, home seller, realtor, or lender our services are designed to guide you every step of the way.
• Residential Real Estate Closings

Let us close your residential deal, and take care of the details.

• Escrow Services

Let us hold your earnest money or trust deposits. We offer full escrow services.

• Refinance

Let us close your refinance transaction. Ask us about a reissue discount.

• Short Sale Closings

Let us help with your short sale. We have many relationships with lenders to close short sales.

• Commercial Real Estate Closings

Let us close your commercial real estate transaction. We will arrange everything.

• 1031 Exchanges

Let us help with your 1031 Exchange.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding Title Insurance

Who Needs Title Insurance?
Purchasers and lenders need title insurance to know the property they are buying is insured against various possible title defects. The insurance policy protects the lender and the buyer. Whether it’s a sale, refinance, construction loan…the seller, buyer and lender all benefit.
What does Title Insurance Cover?
Title insurance protects against claims from title defects. Defects are things such as another person claiming an ownership interest, improperly recorded documents, fraud, forgery, liens, encroachments, easements and other items that are specified in the insurance policy.
How does title insurance actually protect me?
The insurance policy protects you in two main ways. First, the insurance company promises to protect your title in court whenever necessary – at their expense. Second, if there is a cost to settle your claim, should a valid claim against your ownership exist, the insurance company will bear the cost of settlement.
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