Why Would I Need One?

Once the buyer and seller reach an agreement, you’ll then need to review the preliminary information report (before closing escrow).  These reports are one of the most important documents the buyer will receive, so it’s critical to have the correct information recorded accurately for the protection of both parties.  


Although there are many documents that offer important details about the property, the preliminary title report specifically documents ownership, vesting, and any details recorded against the property.  Our job is to generate these reports using county records in order to secure title insurance for the property.

Work With Us

    Who You Will Work With.

    Controller/Title Manager-North

    Heather Kimberlin

    Title Professional

    Tools & Resources.