One of our sister branches in Denver opened a sale transaction in the amount of $450,000 and ordered the title report/commitment. The title examiner, Venita O., noticed the open order sheet reflected the property owner as an Estate of a named individual. The most current deed, however, reflected the owner as an LLC.
There was no death certificate of public record for the decedent, so Venita was unable to determine if he died prior to the deed to the LLC. She looked at previous deeds of trust in the chain of title to compare the decedent’s signature to the signature on the deed to the LLC. The signatures were not the same at all. Read more →