An effortless closing process.



The process of closing on a home can be complicated—and it seems like there’s always one more thing to do or keep track of.

At Broadstreet Title, our goal is to take your title off the list of things you need to worry about. When you partner with Broadstreet Title, you get the peace of mind that we’ve thoroughly researched your property’s chain of ownership to make sure you don’t get hit with any surprises after closing. We make the title process as simple and easy as possible, and we keep you informed with every step. We’ll give you the utmost confidence about your title—and the peace of mind to focus on the rest of the home-closing process.




Title insurance protects lenders and homebuyers from financial loss sustained from defects in the title to a property.

Here’s how we can help you through the process.


Our research is thorough and comprehensive, and we’ll make sure your new property is clear of any legal issues that could jeopardize closing.


We provide title insurance and protect you from any unknown claims about property ownership, and any financial burden that would come with them.


We act as a mediator on your behalf and distribute any required documents and finances prior to your closing.


Clear Communication

You’ll know what’s happening, every step of the way. We value clear and consistent communication, and we promise we won’t keep you wondering about the status of your title insurance.

As Simple as Possible

We won’t cause any extra stress. We promise to make the title process as simple and pain-free as possible, so you can focus on what matters most to you.

The Right Results, at the Right Time

We’re committed to delivering what you need, when you need it. We aim to meet every deadline to make sure your closing stays on track. Our process is thorough and accurate, and we’ll make sure that no detail is overlooked.


Title insurance protects you from being financially responsible for any issues that happened before you bought the property. Without it, you could risk paying for a problem from a previous owner, paying legal fees for an ownership fight, or even losing your property.

There are many potential risks that could impact a title, but they’re all covered by an owner’s policy of title insurance. Here are a few common ones:


Fraud in the execution of documents

Misinterpretation of wills and trusts

Undisclosed or missing heirs

Incorrect legal descriptions

Incorrect indexing of the land records

Clerical errors in recording legal documents

Survey or boundary issues

Unknown liens

Lender’s title insurance will cover only the lender’s investment in the property, not the total purchase price of the property. Owner’s title insurance will protect you, the buyer, if any issues arise with the title. It will last as long as you or your heirs have an interest in the insured property.

Yes! But you can’t purchase title insurance after a defect has already been found in the title.

If you’re buying, plan to bring a government-issued ID and certified funds. If you’re selling, bring a government-issued ID, copies of all keys, garage door openers, and alarm system codes. Your closing team should reach out with specifics and any additional items you may need.


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