If you feel that the title company will not adhear to deadlines, inform the seller you want to select the title company and you want a credit from them for what they would have paid their own selection.
Title insurance is a formula that all companies use and I believe it costs the same, its just who pays for it. YOu may also inform the title companyt that if they can not meet the deadlines of the contract to inform the seller they cant do the closing.
Southern Premier Realty
A. The mortgage / loan
B. Foreclosure documentation errors
As Randell said, the cost of a great deal might be closing a few days later.
Charles Rutenberg Realty
As far as closing, some banks are better than others about meeting the dates. The biggest thing is to make sure your title company and mortgage company gets them the hud and closing docs the specified number of days before closing (usually 72 hours) so they can approve, sign and return to your closing attorney.
failure to do so will cause a delay in your closing.
The other proble is teh bank getting the signed deed back to your closing attorney in tinme for closing. They usually ask for 72 hours with this as well, i recomend asking at least 14 days prior to closing for teh signed deed.
good luck with your closing