Municipalities and cities usually require an Opinion of Title when seeking a permit for development including splitting or combining parcels. An Opinion of Title explains what encumbers the land (like liens or easements) and who owns the property. The team at PeytonBolin is here to help and can provide an Opinion of Title.
What We Need:
The property address
Any requirements/documentation provided by the city
What You Get:
The experienced PeytonBolin team will conduct the title search, prepare an Opinion of Title, and prepare an accompanying statement of property ownership and encumbrances and liens recorded against the property.
We will deliver this product in five business days or less from the date of your request or receipt of the required documents. Our attorneys are committed to keeping you informed, and we respond quickly.
If you need the service even sooner, we are willing to work with your timeline. We know these matters can often be time-sensitive, and offer the option to expedite your order with our express fee.
Questions about our opinion of title service? Get in touch with our team at PeytonBolin to learn more.