Halloween is among us and there’s nothing scarier than the big pile of paperwork between you and your new home. But don’t fret, Expetitle is here to help you get familiar with the key documents you’ll be[…]

Remember when people used to think millennials would never buy homes? Well, surprise! Millennial homebuyers have passed up baby boomers and Gen Xers for the fifth year in a row. While I love seeing more and more[…]

You’ve finally found your dream home and you’re getting ready to make an offer. It’s an exciting time! Congratulations!   Before you submit your bid, it’s important to understand what an Earnest Money Deposit (EMD, or even[…]

Many first-time home buyers are surprised to discover just how many ways a home purchase can go wrong. More importantly, you have to make sure your loan is a sure thing in order to make the purchase[…]

The home-buying process is a high-stakes thrill ride full of exhilarating ups and downs, but unquestionably one of the most deflating moments is when the appraisal comes in significantly lower than the accepted offer. This is, to[…]

I read recently that a record 82% of renters say renting is more affordable than owning, according to a new survey from Freddie Mac, up from 67% just a year ago. This is the way people think;[…]

Thinking of moving to Florida? You’re not alone. Every year, the Sunshine State attracts thousands of newcomers to its sandy shores – and it’s not hard to see why. From the lack of state income tax to[...]

In South Florida, when a seller is told by a buyer’s title examiner that there is a “title issue,” that usually means that there is some sort of lien, defect or encumbrance in the public records which[…]

How was your experience working with Expetitle in comparison to other home purchases? This was our first time buying a home and we were really excited to finally get a signature on a contract. Honestly, we were[…]

Where mortgages are concerned, “escrow” and “escrow accounts” refer to two slightly different concepts. Escrow is the process by which a neutral third party mediates a real estate deal, holding money and property “in escrow” until the[…]