We know that sometimes you need may need to change a binder. It happens. Just let us know and we’ll get a revised binder and insured closing protection letter back to you that same day.
A Closing Protection Letter (also known as Insured Closing Letter, CPL, or ICL) issued by the title insurance company which sets out the company’s responsibility for negligence, fraud, and other errors that might be committed by a closing agent. In practice, almost every lender requires a CPL for each closing.
As long as we have all of the relevant mortgagee information, closing protection letters, along with title binders, are issued the same day that the title exam is completed. In most cases this is within two to four days of ordering title.
As long as we have all of the relevant mortgagee information, title binders and insured closing protection letters are generally drafted the same day that we receive the title exam.
In most cases, you should receive the binder, CPL, fee sheet, and wiring instructions within two to four business days of ordering title.
For metro-Atlanta counties, the typical turnaround time for a title exam is usually two to four business days. Counties outside the metro area may take longer, as may any property with significant title issues.
Title orders can be rush ordered and, depending upon the county, the exam may come back the same day.
Title requests can be faxed to us at (770) 817-1013, emailed to us at email@example.com, or made online. Title exams are always ordered the same day you request them.