REALTOR | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
Not all do.
They should be able to help you or point you in the right direction.
There has been fraud going on in some places.
In some counties you can also request a fraud alert to help catch this.
Ask you tax appraisal district for more information on the alerts.
You should be able to get it straightened out.
I would start by taking your closing papers when you purchased the house to the Title company that closed the sale. If you received a Tile policy when you purchased then you have insurance for the title to the property. Your question wasn't very clear, but if the title company can't fix the cloud on the title and they missed it, then you'll need to get some legal advise on how to clear the deed so you can sell the property with a clear title.
Good luck, let me know if I can help you when your ready to sell.
Bottom line is you can't sell your neighbors car and Joe and Jane Smith can't sell Abel's house.