Title insurance is a super important part of buying a home and/or getting a mortgage. When you buy a home, you always want to get an owners title policy to protect yourself from unexpected claims (unknown liens, loans, heirs, etc.) against the property in the future. Mortgage lenders will always insist on a lenders title policy as part of the loan process to protect their interest in the property as well.
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