Gibson Law Group - March 2018


If you need to make changes or recalibrate — do it! The longer you wait to adapt to changing circumstances, the longer it will take to find the right course. Even the best-laid plans can be disrupted by unforeseen circumstances. It’s up to you and your team to embrace change. It’s not uncommon for marketing strategies to evolve over the course of a year. You may discover that certain aspects of your referral campaign aren’t working. Trimming the fat isn’t necessarily easy, but taking the time to do so will set you up for better results in the long run. Don’t be afraid to make decisive cuts. If a strategy or a goal simply wasn’t a good fit, say goodbye and revisit it later. y Businesses Fall Short, You Can Succeed

For now, take some time to review your Q1 progress. What do you need to do to make Q2 — and the rest of 2018 — a smashing success?


If you’ve purchased or refinanced a home, you’ve likely bought title insurance. So, what exactly does title insurance cover, and who does it protect? In short, title insurance protects against problems affecting the title to your home. You may think having a serious problem with your title is unlikely, but title companies find problems in about 25 percent of their title searches. Common problems include liens against the property from unpaid subcontractors, unpaid property, or income taxes, and judgment holders. Other issues that are not so easy to detect include forged signatures in the chain of title, recording errors, undisclosed easements, and title claims by missing heirs or former spouses. There are two types of title insurance: an owner’s policy and a lender’s policy. When you obtain a new loan, the lender will require you to purchase a lender’s policy. A lender’s policy protects the lender’s interest in the property should a problem arise. Owner’s title insurance is optional, but it protects the homeowner by paying claims and legal fees should a problem arise. Owner’s title insurance is purchased for a one- time fee at the original purchase and provides coverage for as long as you own an interest in the property or provide financing for a subsequent buyer. It also covers any liabilities you have under the title warranties you make when you sell the property. As part of the coverage of a title policy, the insurance company will pay all legal fees to protect the rights of the insured (the buyer or the lender) for the property. A title policy is protection against loss of your rights to the property. Considering that your home is probably your most valuable asset and biggest investment, title insurance makes financial sense. The Gibson Law Group is proud to affiliate with Allegiance Title Company in its commitment to providing exceptional customer service. Our title office is located at 1550 Norwood Dr., Ste. 402 in Hurst. Our phone number is (817) 554-1778. We would be honored to insure your next purchase or sale.




(817) 769-4044

1550 NORWOOD DR., STE. 402, HURST, TEXAS 76054

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