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About California Best Title

In an industry where trust is paramount, we believe in more than just access and representation. We also believe in the value of hard, on-the-ground work and that means we deliver every service with a level of expertise, attention, and care that truly sets us apart.

The Value of California Best Title

For many people, their home is their largest and most precious asset. Protecting your property rights to your home is vital to protecting your future. When you make the smart choice to purchase title insurance, you'll have the peace of mind that you're protected against defects in title covered by the policy for as long as you or your heirs own the property.

Each real estate transaction is unique and comes with different sets of issues to be resolved. Even if your property's title search comes back perfectly clear, each transfer of ownership in your chain of title could pose a hidden issue. Possible problems with the title that may come up include defects in title caused by: forgeries, fraud, unknown heirs, unknown liens, unknown easements and illegal deeds.

California Best Title will help you navigate these challenges. As your underwriter, we place a high importance on providing quality service and being there for you if your property rights are threatened. Because title insurance coverage lasts for as long as you or your heirs own your property, we manage our finances to ensure we are positioned to back policies and claims for the long run. We aim to provide you with solid underwriting and financial backing to defend your property when you need it whether that's next year or 40 years from now.

What Does Title Insurance Cover?

Any number of title issues may arise, even after the most meticulous search of public records. These hidden defects are dangerous because you might not learn about them for months, or even years, after purchase. Some common examples of risks covered by your Owner's Policy include defects in title caused by:

 • Improper execution of documents
 • Mistakes in recording or indexing legal documents
 • Forgeries and fraud
 • Undisclosed or missing heirs
 • Unpaid taxes and assessments
 • Unpaid judgments and liens
 • Unreleased mortgages
 • Mental incompetence of grantors on the deed
 • Impersonation of the true owners of the land by fraudulent persons
 • Refusal of a potential purchaser to accept title based on the condition of the title

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