Closing on a commercial or residential property can be a bit overwhelming. Without someone experienced in the closing process, you could stand to pay a great deal more for your property than you intended. We can guide you through the entire process, making sure that someone is on your side every step of the way.

Closing

Cipparone & Cipparone, P.A.’s real estate department was conceived to provide the highest quality of title insurance and settlement services to our customers.

Our team of attorneys and highly experienced personnel are here to ensure that each transaction is handled with the utmost care and professionalism.

Our firm provides a wide range of services to expedite both commercial and residential real estate transactions. We serve attorneys, lenders, mortgage brokers, builders, realtors, developers, investors and home buyers and sellers throughout the state of Florida.

At your convenience, you can close in our offices or we’ll bring the closing to you!

Why Title Insurance Matters

For most Americans, buying a home is the single largest financial investment they will ever make, and while property ownership may seem very straightforward, a homebuyer’s rights to enjoy their property aren’t always as clear.

There are dozens of ways in which the title to, and ownership of, a property can be jeopardized. The primary purpose of title insurance is to identify and eliminate risks and prevent losses caused by defects in title arising out of events that have happened in the past.

Title examiners search various public records to find and isolate title risks. This is an intricate process, as information can be missing or filed incorrectly.

The type of records they examine include, but are not limited to, liens, mortgages, judgments, taxes, bankruptcies, foreclosures, probate cases and easements.

Once the title search is complete and a property’s title is considered to be insurable, the transaction can close and a policy of title insurance can be issued.

Settlement and Closing Services

Title professionals also conduct the settlement and/or closing of the real estate sale or refinance.

For most transactions, the process requires more than 50 time-consuming tasks. Some of these tasks are as follows:

  • Deposit and disburse escrow monies and closing funds
  • Process and coordinate the flow of documents
  • Coordinate/order surveys and inspections
  • Keep all parties informed of progress
  • Respond to lender’s requirements
  • Coordinate the signing of loan/closing documents
  • Prepare loan/closing documents
  • Prorate and adjust insurance, taxes, rents, etc.
  • Conduct the closing
  • Notarize the closing documents
  • Record the deed and loan documents
  • Prepare the final closing disclosure or closing statement
  • Issue Owner’s and Loan policies

Consult an Attorney

The law offices of Cipparone and Cipparone have been providing business legal services in Central Florida for many years. If you are in need of business law services or are currently involved in a business dispute, please contact us now.


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Attorneys

    • Paul Cipparone - Headshot
    • Paul Cipparone

    • Attorney At Law In Multiple Areas Of Practice.

    • Paul focuses his practice in the areas of corporate law, business and commercial litigation, estate planning, probate and trust administration, probate and trust litigation, and real estate law.

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    • Ryan Cipparone - Headshot
    • Ryan Cipparone

    • Business Litigation And Real Estate Attorney.

    • Ryan was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to the Seminole County area over 20 years ago. Coming from a strong business background, Ryan has an understanding of the business sense of the law.

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    • Calvin Harding - Headshot
    • Calvin Harding

    • Real Estate And Business Litigation Attorney.

    • Calvin is a long time resident of Seminole County and represents clients in all aspects of transactional real estate and business matters.

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    • Priscilla Rivers - Headshot
    • Priscilla Rivers

    • Civil & Commercial Litigation Attorney.

    • Priscilla grew up in Puerto Rico and moved to Florida in 2000. Priscilla concentrates her practice in the area of civil and commercial litigation, representing individuals, as well as entities.

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