The Davis Basta Law Firm, P.A. is pleased to offer title insurance, underwritten by Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund, along with the following real estate transaction related services:
|• Commercial Sales and Purchases
• Residential Sales and Purchases
• Foreclosure and Short Sale Closings
• Mobile Home Closings
• For Sale by Owner
• Special Warranty Deeds
• Trustee Deeds
• General Warranty Deeds
• Personal Representative Deeds
• Promissory Notes and Mortgages
• Investment Property Services
• Quiet Title Actions
• Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
|• Business Sales
• Land Trusts
• Probated Property Services
• Condominium Documents
• Tax Deed Sales
• Quit Claim Deeds
• Reverse Mortgages
• Escrow Services
• Contract Review
• Lien and Permit Searches and Negotiations
• Negotiation and Resolution of Title Defects
Do you own a home or property here in the Tampa Bay area (Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, or Pasco County)?
Do not trust your home, closing, or title insurance needs to just any real estate individual, but someone who can provide you with expertise in dealing with unique and palatial estates here in the Tampa Bay area (Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, or Pasco County). Our firm has the experience, knowledge and the necessary relationships to handle the unique issues that arise with exceptional properties. We assist people with title insurance and closings all over the Tampa Bay area, including Pinellas County, Pasco County and Hillsborough County. We take the time to explain the closing process, answer all of your questions, and ensure your interests and property rights are protected. Let us put our skills and credentials to work for you.
What is a title insurance policy?
What is the difference between underwriters of title insurance?
Is a real estate attorney required in Florida to close on my real estate sale or purchase?
Isn’t it more expensive for closing costs with a real estate attorney than with a title insurance agent?
What is the promissory note?
What is the mortgage?
I did not get the loan on the property or sign the promissory note, why do I have to sign the mortgage?
My spouse is not listed on the current Deed, why are they being required to sign the Deed to transfer it upon sale?
For more information on title insurance rates, and related regulations by the State of Florida, please see the Florida Administrative Code.