Title Insurance

Last updated: 2019-10-02 12:28:55

Title Insurance by First Title

Peace of mind for your property

Properties come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
Title insurance is a one off premium.
Protecting you from certain unknown issues
revealed after your property purchase.

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6 Common Property Ownership Risks

Whether you're a new or existing homeowner, an investment or a commercial property owner, check out how
we could cover you against these types of risks. A First Title policy could protect you against:

Title insurance could cover you for building works or renovations of a previous owner without the required council approval, examples include decks, pergolas or carports.
Title insurance could cover you for boundary issues such as fences and retaining walls that have not been built on the true boundary.
Planning and
zoning laws
Title insurance could provide cover if you can't use live in your property because it is not zoned residential.
Title insurance could cover you if a neighbour has built a structure on your land and you haven't known about or agreed to it.
Wrongly calculated
rates and land tax
Even an expert conveyancer or solicitor can make a mistake. For example you could be covered if they get your rates, land tax or strata levies wrong.
Identity theft
and fraud
Title insurance could provide cover for fraud that might result in your land being sold to another owner or a fraudulent mortgage taken against your land.

Important Information Title insurance cover is provided by First American Title Insurance Company of Australia Pty Limited ABN 64 075 279 908 AFSL 263876, trading as First Title, an Australian general insurance company authorised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. First Title does not make any representations about the suitability or appropriateness of any specific insurance product for you. All policies are subject to underwriting. First Title has a commercial arrangement with Homes.com.au. Read the First Title Important Information and Policy | Wording documents.