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How to Work Well with Your Title Company

calender icon 3/24/2022    poster icon  Mark Goodman

When you’re working on a commercial transaction, it’s important to work with a title company you can trust. It’s also important to be proactive when working with your title company in order to ensure the smoothest possible transaction. In this article, we discuss what you can do to work well with your title company throughout the course of your commercial real estate transaction.

Send Over Any Required Documents in a Timely Manner

Your title company will need numerous documents from you in order to provide you with a title policy and prepare your transaction for closing. Be sure to respond quickly to these document requests and furnish all required documentation in a timely manner so you can avoid any potential roadblocks.

Communicate Effectively

Effective communication between you and your title company is absolutely essential during the commercial transaction. If your title company requests something from you, respond quickly and effectively. And if you have any questions about your transaction, don’t be afraid to ask your title company. They will be more than willing to answer any of your questions.

Start the Process Early

There are a lot of moving pieces and minute details involved in a commercial title transaction. It’s best to start the process early and give your title company as much time as possible in order to complete the process.

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Commercial real estate transactions can be overwhelming. Let us handle the details of your next commercial transaction. Our team of escrow agents, title closers, and more can walk you through the ins and outs of your next commercial title transaction and ensure it goes off without a hitch. Contact Commercial Partners Title Company today at our primary offices located in downtown Minneapolis to learn about our full array of services and how we can help you with your next commercial real estate transaction.