After we receive the purchase agreement and order from either you, your Realtor®, or your Lender, Ironclad’s well-trained staff will take over. From this point, we will contact you and all parties involved in the transaction to get whatever information is needed for us to move the transaction to the closing table. Our team of in-house abstracters will update the title by looking at all documents filed in the public records regarding the property being purchased. From there, one of Ironclad’s six, full-time Real Estate attorneys will thoroughly examine the title documents to look for any issues that need to be addressed and to make sure that all judgments or liens against the property are satisfied. Our attorneys, with a combined 107 years of experience, will make sure that the individuals selling you the property are the proper parties. If Ironclad Title’s dedicated attorneys find any title issues, they will be addressed in-house and at this time.
Once the title examination is completed, Ironclad’s attorneys will prepare either the title opinion or title insurance commitment, depending on what is requested by the Buyer or Lender. From this point, Ironclad Title will begin preparing final closing documents, and will work with the Lender where necessary to make sure everything happens in a timely manner.