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Charles Finicum

Commercial Escrow Officer

cfinicum@wfgtitle.comOffice: 972-206-7470
Fax: 972-262-6358

4604 Park Springs Blvd., Suite 140, Arlington, TX 76017

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About Me

Charles Finicum is a Commercial Escrow Officer in the Transportation/Right of Way Division, specializing in state and municipal acquisitions of land and property for roads, bridges and easements. Charles believes that each transaction, because of the nature of the sale, is different and deserving of special care and attention. Charles, in addition to being a licensed Escrow Officer, is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Texas, and before transitioning into Transportation/Right of Way Title, served in his local REALTOR© association leadership in many capacities culminating as Chairman of the Arlington Board of Realtors. Charles received the “Rookie of the Year” award and also the “Realtor of the Year” award from his local REALTOR© association. Charles is also a member of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA).

Charles attended Texas Christian University, where his main emphasis of study was Public Relations/Marketing and Military Science. Charles is a single dad of two, and spends his free time trying to keep up with two teenagers and watching college football.

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What IS Title insurance

Answering all your questions

Title is a bundle of rights in real property. Protecting purchasers and lenders against loss is accomplished by the issuance of a title insurance policy. Usually, during a purchase transaction the lender requests a policy (commonly referred to as the Lender’s Policy) while the buyers receive their own policy (commonly referred to as an Owner’s Policy).

In short, the policy states that if the status of the title to a parcel of real property is other than as represented, and if the insured for that loss and any related legal expenses, up to the face amount of the policy, subject to exceptions and exclusions contained in the policy.

Typically there are two policies issued. The Mortgagee’s Policy insures the lender for the amount of the loan. The Owner’s Policy insures the purchaser for the purchase price.

While the function of most other forms of insurance is risk assumption through the pooling of risks or losses arising out of unforeseen future events (such as sickness or accidents), the primary purpose of title insurance is to eliminate risks and prevent losses caused by defects in title arising out of events that have happened in the past. To achieve this goal, title insurers perform an extensive search and examination fo the public records to determine whether there are any adverse claims (title defects) attached to the subject property. Said defects/claims are either eliminated prior to the issuance of a title policy or their existence is excepted from coverage. Your policy is issued after the closing of your new home, for a one-time nominal fee, and is good for as long as you own the property.

Immediately contact your escrow officer and notify them if someone is unable to attend or sign the closing documents for any reason.

An escrow is an arrangement in which a neutral third party (the escrow agent) assembles and processes many of the components of a real estate transaction, records the transaction, and ultimately, disburses and distributes funds according to the buyers’, sellers’ and lenders’ instructions. Your transaction is typically closed by an Escrow Officer. People buying and selling real estate usually open an escrow for their protection and convenience. Both the buyer and seller rely on the escrow agent to carry out their written instructions relating to the transaction and to advise them if any of their instructions are not mutually consistent or cannot be carried out. If the instructions from all parties to an escrow party are clearly drafted, the escrow officer can proceed on behalf of the buyer and seller without further consultation. This saves much time and facilitates the closing of the transaction.

Bring government issued identification card like a driver’s license or passport. Identification, must include a picture and signature for notary purposes. In the event that you are a borrower some lenders require two forms of identification so it is always best to have two forms of identification with you.


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