Real estate investments are probably the biggest decisions you will make as an individual. On an average, people buy just one house their entire lifetime, which makes every real estate purchase decision of utmost importance. Just like any other deal, there could be several concerns related to a property, which is why you must first get it assessed for any legal dispute. READ MORE
Entering a real estate deal is a big decision and involves a lot of capital flow. To make such a decision, it is necessary to conduct a number of assessments of the property and those who are going to deal in it. One of the most important assessments is to do a title examination in Parkland which establishes who has the right over the property in question. READ MORE
To help promote our market leading title insurance agency, Capital Abstract & Title is proud to unveil our new website at www.capitalabstract.com. The new site is designed to better assist clients and real estate professionals with all of their legal and title insurance needs.
The new website offers a single source solution for all your title insurance and real estate related legal counsel. The innovative and user friendly website offers a complete understanding of the services Capital Abstract & Title provides as well as the latest industry trends. It will also feature a calendar for educational seminars and workshops.
The site was originally conceived as an online credentials brochure, designed to communicate CA&T’s full scope of services and areas of expertise. As the site continues to be developed, we plan on doing much more than just informing people about the company, we plan on using it as a platform to share our knowledge and experience. The new site will be an evolving forum, offering our clients and candidates the best of both worlds – industry expertise combined with full-service solutions.
WARNING: scammers target real estate wire transactions!
Never trust a last-minute email that changes the original wiring
instructions for transferring client funds.
Instead, pick up the phone and call the contact person who
provided the original instructions to personally verify the routing
and account numbers to be used… READ MORE