Title & Escrow Services

North Florida Lawyers has an attorney owned and operated title and transaction division. Our firm conducts closings throughout North Florida on commercial, residential, agricultural, and industrial properties. We have a team of highly trained professionals lead by partners with LLM's in real estate development, and a PhD in urban land use. 

We can accommodate lenders, brokerages, and agencies with personal services, digital technology, and reliable professionals. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Whether you're closing on new construction, short-sales, or need to partition larger plots of land, we provide experienced hands to lead the process. 

Our escrow services also provide peace of mind to parties entering into complex transactions. The escrow is a depository for all monies, instructions and documents necessary for the purchase of your home, including your funds for the down payment and your lender’s funds and documents for the new loan. Our firm may act as the escrow officer for a transaction, providing instructions based on the terms of your purchase agreement and your lender’s requirements.

 

Other elements of the escrow include hazard insurance, title insurance and the deed from the seller to you. Once the requirements have been satisfied, and all parties have signed escrow documents, the funds may be released. 

Having experienced attorney to handle commercial or residential transactions doesn't mean you pay more. We are committed to bringing value to all our clients, and each transaction, as a unique opportunity. In addition, we have a commitment to strong processes at every step of the closing, from binders and orders, to pre-closing, to ensuring all documents comply with TILA, HUD, and RESPA. Click to the following link or call us for more information: CONTACT US.

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