Knowledge & Experience:
Reliant Title Group has the experience to smoothly guide your closing process with our unparalleled service, state-of-the-art technology, and exceptionaly knowledge of the industry. We look forward to serving your title insurance and settlement needs. Contact us for more information.
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Central Florida’s Premier Title Company
Volusia Title Service is DeLand’s premier title company serving DeLand for more 35 years with more than 150 years combined service. Our team of highly trained agents offer world class service with small town hospitality. We are committed to being the leading professional settlement services provider in Central Florida.
Family Owned & Operated
What We Do for You
We specialize in providing complete closing services including commercial and residential transactions, refinance, and courtesy closings.
Buyer Information Sheet
Buyer’s required information sheet is to help expedite and securly handle your closing and escrow.
Seller Information Sheet
Seller’s information sheet is to help better identify and avoid potential title delays.
Open Order Form
Open a title or escrow order direct from your office or field, using our simple order form.
The common terms used in a closing process can be confusing and overwhelming, even for a seasoned real estate investor. We are here to better prepare you with a list of frequently used terms and their definitions, and how they might apply to your closing experience. For a more complete list of terms please see our References page.
A policy of title insurance insuring the owner against loss or damage sustained or incurred by the insured due to defects, liens, encumbrances, and adverse matters [among other coverages] sustained or incurred by the insured.
Also known as a mortgage policy. A title insurance policy insuring a lender-mortagee under a mortgage or a lender-beneficiary under a deed trust, against loss or damage caused by invalidity or unenforceability of a lien, or loss of priority of the mortgage or deed trust.
A deed by which a seller obligates himself to the buyer through covenants or warranties set forth in the deed. Under a [General] Warranty Deed, the seller [grantor ] is liable to the buyer [grantee] not only for the grantor’s actions during his or her period of ownership, but also, for the actions of predecessors in title. The ALTA title policies provide for continuation of policy coverage for “so long as the insured retains an estate or interest in the Land, or holds an obligation secured by a purchase money Mortgage given by a purchaser from the Insured, or only so long as the Insured shall have liability by reason of warranties in any transfer or conveyanve of teh Title. In this way, title insurance not only protects insureds as buyers but, also, as future sellers.
Quit Claim Deed
A deed without warranties conveying a grantor’s unspecified interest, without clain of ownership. This type of deed will surrender and give to the grantee any possible [but not specified] right, title, of interest the grantor may have in the property. A quit claim deed is frequently used to clear title, where there exists the possibility of a current or prior owner’s [residue] interest. Under this type of interest, the buyer [recipient of conveyance] assumes all risks.
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We Serve Greater Central Florida
- Volusia County
- Lake County
- Seminole County
- Flagler County