What You Need to Know About Surveys
What is a Property Survey?What is the Purpose of a Land Survey?Types of SurveysHow to Read a SurveyReasons Why Your Client Needs a Survey What is a Property Survey? A property survey is a precise, professional measurement used to confirm a property’s boundary lines and…
BOI Administrative Letter 2022-01 on Split Settlements
In response to the Bureau of Insurance’s (BOI) Administrative Letter 2022-01 dated February 4, 2022, regarding “Split Settlements,” Safe Harbor Title and its corporate counsel have compiled the following list of frequently asked questions and answers, as interpreted by our corporate counsel, for purposes of clarification…
We are open!
However, our staff will be telecommuting until April 30th. Please email or call us for immediate assistance. A complete staff directory can be seen here. Additionally, our EMD drop box is located on the corner of the building, to the right of the main entrance….
COVID-19 Closing Continuity
Real estate people are patient and kind.
We do not envy, we do not boast, we are not proud.
Real estate people are not rude,
self-seeking or easily angered.
We keep no record of wrongs.
Real estate people do not delight in evil
but rejoice with the truth.
We always protect, we always trust, we always hope,
we always persevere.
Real estate people never fail.
Former Flood Zone building changes hands – again
Richmond’s commercial properties might go through a few different owners during a property’s lifetime, the advantage of having a local title company like ours around is that we get to know different properties very well. In the case of this specific building, we’ve done the…
Safe Harbor Title Serves: Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina and Georgia
If you’ve had a great experience with Safe Harbor Title you can use the same services that we offer in other states. Let’s say that you have an investment property in a different state or maybe you have relatives that need assistance with Title Insurance…