Comprehensive Lien Report Now Available

Download a sample of the Comprehensive Lien Report

Analyze your subject property’s lien position and quickly understand its financial situation

• Deeds of Trust of record
• Mortgage Modifications and assignments
• Releases • Notice of Trustee Sale – Foreclosure filings
• Judgments • Bankruptcy • Personal Tax Liens
• HOA/Mechanics Liens
• Property Tax Status

Significantly reduce cost – less than a full title report or lender equity report. Saving you time – most reports are available the same day.

Cost: $35 per property

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3 New Property Reports from Ticor Title

Ticor now offers 3 new property reports. Search millions of properties nationwide to obtain important property information, home values, and foreclosures. 

Download a sample report for each of these below! 

Download a Foreclosure
Report Sample
Download a
Flood Map
Report Sample
Download a
Comprehensive
Lien Report Sample
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These reports are available as a individual report or in a bundle. 
The prices for each report are detailed below. 

Standalone Reports
Comprehensive Lien Report (Voluntary / Involuntary Lien) – 25.00
Flood Map Report – 5.00
Foreclosure Report (Activity and Detail) – 5.00

Bundle Reports
Comprehensive Lien + Transaction History + Foreclosure for $35.00. Perfect for investors!
Comprehensive Lien + Transaction History for $30.00. Perfect for lenders!

Ask about our other standalone reports
Full Transaction History – 10.00
Listing and Marketing Activity Report – 15.00
Building Permit – 5.00

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Happy Thanksgiving from Ticor Title!

Happy Thanksgiving from Ticor Title!

Our office will be closed on Thursday November 25th and Friday November 26th, 2021 in observance of the Holiday. Thank you!

The Property Tax Annual Calendar

How they’re calculated & when they’re due

There are few things in life that are as certain as taxes, especially when it comes to buying, selling, and owning real estate. In this article, we examine property taxes in Washington State, including when they are due, when they may be paid, how they’re calculated, and what tax relief programs are available.

For information on the property tax calendar and more, we have assembled an easy-to-understand Buyer and Seller Guide to Title and Escrow for our clients and partners.  

Here’s an excerpt from Property Tax Annual Calendar in our guide:

Property taxes have a timeline that is different than most other taxes or bills that we pay. Let’s take a look at the facts:

  • Taxes are due twice a year, but towards the middle each cycle
  • First half taxes are due at the end of April and cover January through June
  • Second half taxes are due at the end of October, and cover July through December
We would love to help you have an amazing closing experience on your next real estate transaction. 
Check out our Buyer and Seller Guide to Title and Escrow today!

What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name?

Quite a bit!

What’s in a name? When a title company seeks to uncover matters affecting title to real property, the answer is, “Quite a bit.”

For information on the ID Affidavit and more, we have assembled an easy-to-understand Buyer and Seller Guide to Title and Escrow for our clients and partners.   

Here’s an excerpt from ID Affidavit – Why Is It Needed? in our guide:

An ID Affidavit provides title companies with the information they need to distinguish the buyers and sellers of real property from others with similar names. After identifying the true buyers and sellers, title companies may disregard the judgments, liens or other matters on the public records under similar names…

We would love to help you have an amazing closing experience on your next real estate transaction. 
Check out our Buyer and Seller Guide to Title and Escrow today!