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How can someone steal the title to your home?
Home title fraud occurs when someone obtains the title of your propertyusually by stealing your identityto change ownership on your property title from your name to theirs. The fraudster can then secure as many loans as possible using your equity as collateral.
Can someone really steal the title to your home?
Home title fraud occurs when someone obtains the title of your propertyusually by stealing your identityto change ownership on your property title from your name to theirs. Home title fraud offers a potentially lucrative payoff for criminals skilled in identity theft.
Is a home title lock necessary?
Why You Need Home Title Lock to Protect Your Property Thieves transfer you off your home's title and take out massive loans using your home's equity. You wont know until you get late payment notices. Identity theft programs, banks, and homeowner insurance policies DON'T protect you.
How do thieves steal your home title?
They say that thieves can steal our homes by forging our names on deeds, then resell the property or take out mortgage loans to drain its equity. They pocket the proceeds and stick us with any mortgage payments.
How much does home title lock cost?
Home Title Lock is a month-to-month subscription that sells for $14.99 (or $149 annually) and can be cancelled at anytime.
Does title insurance protect against title theft?
Title Insurance may not cover a title theft that occurs while you own the property, however, there may be policies available that do cover this. Title theft protection companies that you may have heard advertised will notify you instantly if they detect someone tampering with your title or mortgage.
How do I check my home title?
Visit the County Assessor Most states now have additional tools available for free property title searches. You can find these on your state government sites under "county assessor." You will have to select your county, and you can then search through the listed properties.
How do I do a title search on my house?
Identify the property. Find the county office for the property. Find the property in public records. Source. Look for other potential title issues. Look for tax issues or liens.
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