Property Title Searches in Ohio
With a population of nearly 12 million, Ohio is the seventh-most populous state in the United States. Columbus, its capital and largest city, is home to one of the largest college campuses in the country. Ohio has the 10th largest highway network in the US and is within a one-day drive of 50% of North America’s population.
Unknown Heirs and Missing Interest: The Risks of Incomplete Title Searches
A title report should show all parties who own the property as well as provide a copy of the deed. It’s important to ensure the purported owner has 100% interest. In cases where an owner is deceased, their estate needs to be searched to verify that all heirs are notified and sign off on any transfers.
Comparing the Costs of Title Searches in Ohio
Type of Search
O&E Report (Residential)
Two Owner Search (Residential)
30-Year Search (Residential)
Chain of Title Search
Commercial O&E Report
Liens and Judgments: What They Are and How They Affect Property Titles
Liens and judgments are claims for unpaid debts. Some debts attach to the property. For instance, liens like municipal liens, HOA liens and tax liens don’t just go away if the property is sold either at foreclosure or to a third party. The new owner will be liable to pay these.
Ohio Counties Served
Ohio is divided into the following counties:
- Wood and Wyandot.
Frequently Asked Questions
from Customers in Ohio
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