West Hamilton, Ohio

All Points Title & Closing

All Points Title & Closing

35 North D Street
Hamilton, OH 45013
(513) 863-7600
All Points Title & Closing, Title Companies, Services, Hamilton, Ohio

When it comes to real estate transactions, it’s important to work with a trusted title insurance company to help you navigate the process of buying a house and taking care of closing costs. Since 1986, All Points Title & Closing in Hamilton, OH, has been dedicated to helping locals seal the deal on their dream home.

As a vital piece of homeownership, title insurance not only covers loss of interest but helps protect both the seller and buyer in a real estate transaction. Whether you are the lender or the borrower looking for title insurance, a title search or escrow services, their experienced staff is here to help.

If you’ve found a house on which you wish to make an offer or you plan to place your home on the market, have the services of an experienced title and escrow service agent on your side. To speak with a title insurance agent, call (513) 863-7600 today. For additional information, visit them online.

 

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Announcements & Events from All Points Title & Closing
What is a Clear House Title?, Hamilton, Ohio
Before closing on a house, you'll need a title search to prove that the title is clear for you to take ownership. However, issues like debts and clerical errors can ma...read more
What Should You Consider Before Hiring a Title Agency?, Hamilton, Ohio
When it comes to buying a home, it’s not just about signing over the deed. First, you’ll need to hire an agent to conduct a title search and provide title insurance. This will e...read more
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First day of Fall, the weather is beautiful! We hope you are enjoying the fabulous weather ! read more
3 Issues Title Searches Uncover, Hamilton, Ohio
Buying a house is an exciting, meaningful venture. It’s also a process that’s highly involved and requires significant prep work. One step you can’t overlook when purchasing a home i...read more
What YOU Should Know About Closing Protection, Hamilton, Ohio
When title insurance is purchased, Ohio law requires the title agent to offer to issue a closing protection letter (CPL) to the Buyer, the Seller, and/or the Lender. These ...read more
From setting up an escrow account to purchasing title insurance, it takes many steps for buyers to close on a real estate deal. However, while each step is important, none ...read more
All Points Title & Closing, Inc., will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020, in observance of Independence Day.   We hope you have a safe and happy celebration.  Si...read more
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All Points Title & Closing, Inc., would like to wish you and your families a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend.  We wish to thank our military men and women for the sacrif...read more
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While our Easter celebrations may be different this year, All Points hopes you have a safe, healthy, eggs-cellent Easter celebration. read more
Buying your first home is an exciting time, and it's easy to get lost in all of the real estate jargon. Understanding key terms, such as closing costs, is essential so that you know ...read more
All Points Title & Closing, Inc., wants you, our trusted clients, customers, and friends to know that we have done our best to implement numerous precautionary measures to keep y...read more
I opened my Maxine calendar today and here’s what I found.   How did she know?  LOL   Anyone else feel the need to change houses?  Unfortunately, w...read more
All Points was pleased to help sponsor the Great Miami Valley YMCA Gymnastics Competition on February 8, 2020.  Congratulations to those who placed in the events.  We admir...read more
Sue and Angie from All Points Title & Closing, Inc., attended the BWAOR 2019 Sales Masters Awards Banquet.  CONGRATULATIONS to the Award Recipients.  You All ROCK! read more
After a long period of contacting agents and hunting for listings, you’ll be eager to pick a property and proceed with the house closing process. However, it’s important to avoid hom...read more
Once you have found your dream home, you want to be able to move in as soon as possible. Because of this, closing on a new home is an exciting time. If you’ve just moved to Ohio or a...read more
Homeowners and individuals in the real estate industry have often heard of title insurance, but many do not know too much about what it entails. This safety net is a useful...read more
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, the goal is to achieve a successful closing. No property can transfer ownership until the house closing process has been completed. In Ohio, ...read more
Even if you've started living in a house with a loved one and don’t have your name on the title, you should still understand how county records affect property ownership in case anyt...read more
In real estate transactions, title searches often uncover defects the sellers may not know about. While discovering liens, bankruptcies, or competing claims at the las...read more
The last thing a homebuyer or seller wants to deal with is not being able to close the deal due to fraudulent activity. Unfortunately, the mismanagement of closing costs and dow...read more
If you’re ready to start the homebuying process, consider title insurance when determining your budget. If you plan on taking a mortgage, the Lender may require Lender’s title insura...read more
Purchasing a home is one of the largest financial commitments you’ll ever make, so it’s natural to want to collect as much information about the property as possible. In addition to ...read more
Effective October 16, 2019 Effective Wednesday, October 16, 2019, recording fees for most documents will increase by $6.00 due to the passage of HB 166 by the Ohio Legislature....read more
Many complex laws govern the buying and selling of real estate. In some cases, those laws are obscure and don't come into play until the title agency begins to process paperwork...read more
After the terms for the purchase of your new home have been agreed upon, you NEED to obtain a title search.  A title search is a way to verify that the seller has the right to s...read more
Buying real estate is an immense decision. When that purchase is an investment, it also serves as a business since you likely expect revenue from your investment. For ...read more
Closing or settlement of a real estate and/or mortgage loan transaction can be characterized as having two components.  One component pertains to the title to the Premises and t...read more
Closing costs are fees you pay when closing a deal or legally taking ownership of a property. How many fees you’ll have depends on the loan you choose, the area of your pro...read more
Buying a house involves a lot more than just saving a down payment and finding a property you love. In between your initial interest in a property and your closing date, a lot o...read more
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If you’re about to complete a real estate transaction, you may be searching for a title agency. These professionals search the titles, offer title insurance, and address any dis...read more
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In Southwestern Ohio, if you’re in the process of selling or buying real estate, the house or real estate property closing is typically a “direct exchange” or “round table closing.”&...read more