Rockville, MD (PressExposure) May 07, 2009 -- Selecting a title company in this competitive and unstable market is an extremely important decision for anyone requiring title and escrow services. One thing that resonates across the industry is that a title company is an extension of the team. That is why companies across the country turn to Closeline Settlements for their extensive knowledge, multi-state expertise and impeccable professionalism. Closeline Settlements is proud to offer all inclusive title services for mortgage lenders, banks, brokers and real estate agents nationwide in over 40 states.
"Many closing companies claim to have a national presence, but in actuality, they are a single office with outsourcing relationships," said Tanya Themistokleous, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Closeline Settlements. "As a result, there is a lack of consistency because then you are dealing with a different organization in every state. Laws and procedures differ from state to state. When choosing a title and escrow company, it is important to select an organization that understands the ins and outs of that particular region. This is why Closeline Settlements has offices nationwide. So no matter the state, we can ensure a smooth closing and the Closeline level of service and professionalism."
Closeline Settlements combines nationwide experience with local expertise, serving as a one stop shop in closing services. With an average turnaround of 2-4 days excluding some local restrictions, Closeline also offers online title ordering and will perform closing services in office, or at the individual's home or office.
"The key to a successful closing is having a partner that can think on their feet and at the same time is entrenched in a jurisdiction's policies. This is why Closeline Settlements is the closing company of choice for many large, national brokerages. By partnering with Closeline, there aren't any questions about whether the closing process will be easy. Our customers are ensured a smooth and professional process," said Themistokleous.