Property Title Report
The Title Commitment shows the current condition of title to the property and is prepared from a review of the public records for the period necessary to obtain title.
Our Property Title Search Report will include information on the following:
- - Property Value
- Zoning Laws
- County Information
- Current Tax Information
- Full Legal Description of The Property
- Ownership History
- Details of Liens, Easements and/or Encroachments
- How it Works
1) Order Online answering a few short questions at checkout.
2) The Biproxi Team will immediately begin the search of relevant databases.
3) A comprehensive report will be delivered straight to your inbox within 2-5 business days.
With a turnaround time of 2-5 business days, our Property Title Commitment & Search Report is applicable to any asset within the United States, regardless of state or location.
Questions about whether a Title Report is right for you? Not sure if a Title Report is needed at the stage of the deal? Have questions about Title Reports? Please use the form at the bottom of this page to ask any and all questions. Our team is standing by.
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How It Works
All we need is an address and associated tax lot. From there, our team gathers all the critical information needed for a comprehensive title report. Scouring county, state and national databases we'll put together your report in a timely fashion and deliver it straight to your inbox.
Our team will scour county, state and national databases to review the full history of the property in question.
We leave no stone unturned.
We ensure you have accurate and complete information for the property.
Report Delivered to Inbox
A comprehensive report will be delivered straight to your inbox. With details on property value, zoning laws, tax information, details of liens, easements and encroachments and much more you'll have what you need to make an informed decision, no matter what the decision is to be made. And, if you have any questions about the report, our team will be standing by to answer them.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are title reports public information?
Property title reports are a thorough review of publicly available information that help a buyer decide whether to continue with a transaction. A property title report, also known as a commercial title search, should include a review of property value, zoning laws, county records, current tax information, a full legal description of the property, ownership history, details of liens, easements and/or encroachments.
Can I do a title search myself?
While you can conduct a commercial property title search yourself, it is worth considering the use of a professional if this is your first time attempting to conduct a title search on property. You will have to visit the local county assessor and local courthouse in which the property is situated. In addition, you'll have to conduct a thorough search of liens, easements and encroachments as you perform your real estate title search. It is of paramount importance to establish a clean title before purchasing an asset to ensure the current owner has the legal right to sell you the asset in question.
How is a title search done?
First and foremost, a commercial property title search establishes a chain of title to the current owner and ensures the current owner has the legal right to sell the property in question. During the due diligence period there will be a scouring of public records as the title search on property is completed. Property title reports will include a thorough tax search, lien, easement and encroachment search, and a review of county records for the property.