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Donke, Home Buyer in Quakertown, PA

I am buying a house in PA? Who should I use for the title? An attorney? A large company my broker recommends? One my lender recommends?Does it matter?

Asked by Donke, Quakertown, PA Wed Feb 27, 2013

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It is your choice. Ask for quotes from all of them. I would not automatically select the one the broker and lender recommend because they may get some benefit from your using them and they may not want you to "rock the boat" and ask for services you deserve if they are "friends" or affiliated.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 28, 2013
If you trust your agent and/or lender, and they have a title company that they do repeat business with, then in my opinion that would be your best bet. In my experience, transactions run smoothest when the key people (agents, lenders, title companies, home inspectors, etc.) have established working relationships with each other.

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Ryan C. Garrity
U S Spaces, Inc.
2043 Locust St., 1F
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-829-8850 x208
215-514-9424 (cell)
ryan@usspaces.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
Any of the aforementioned options would perform the function you require. Outside of the attorney option, costs should be similar. Good Hunting!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
Hello Donke,

I would be happy to assist you with all of your questions and also with looking for a home. Feel free to call me directly at 267-688-1110.

Warm Regards,

Keith

Keith J. Lawson
REALTOR®
RE/MAX Affiliates N.E.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
I would go with the lender or the real estate company. That usually are more comfortable with each other and it helps the transaction go smoothly.

Let me know if I can help at all.

Jon Unrath
Weichert Realtors Media
JUnrath12@comcast.net
267 968 1505
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
Title costs are set regardless of who you go with...only differences are going to be recording fees, notary fees and forms...an attorney will charge an attorney fee plus title costs...but all things being equal...the lender is giving you the money...I'd go with them!
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