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Learn about our Michigan title abstracting process. From ordering a title search on MichiganTitleSearch.com, to research of your Michigan real estate parcel, to final title report delivery, we step your through the basics of our title research start to finish. Contact us or call 1-213-414-8388 for further details.
Title Report of Michigan operations team receives property information from your incoming order. We locate the Michigan parcel, verify the parcel APN, convert the address to a land record legal description, and identify the correct Michigan county jurisdiction for official property records and legal documents.
A MichiganTitleSearch.com certified tile abstractor retrieves preliminary Michigan land records from the county title plant, and creates a dispatch sheet for field research. Parties associates with the property parcel are identified; prior owners, cross-parties, countersigners, vested co-owners, etc.
Data sources (state, county, city) of documents needed to prepare the Michigan title abstract are identified. Real estate instruments are sourced from multiple locations as needed:
- Land Records
- Tax Assessor
- Civil Court Records
- Probate Court
- Michigan Secretary of State
- EPA environmental documents
- county Planning Department
- US Treasury Department
- and more...
A Michigan Title Search professional title research abstractor obtains official documents from government land records. Documents are then indexed by name, retrieved, and ordered in chronological order. We have title researchers in every county records offices of Michigan state, everyday.
The documents are read and analyzed to determine if they pertain to the subject Michigan property. Documents are complied to see if there are releases of liens or mortgages. During abstracting, cross-referenced information can be discovered within the text of the parcel document language.
Note: Before creating the official title abstract, it may be necessary to make subsequent visits to one or more Michigan county records offices to obtain additional information and document images.
The official Michigan title report is created by describing the deeds, liens, mortgages, encumbrances, and property ownership. The listed instrument types, and official document copies, will vary depending on the title report and/or title document images you ordered. The completed title report is created specifically for the order placed, is the official document of a title search, and said report is a private document that cannot be found in Michigan public records. Research of land records may be back to a certain county records date, or to a point of ownership transfer, or may be date irreverent, depending on the title search ordered. The effective date is current as of the most recently available recorded documents made publicly available in Michigan.
We guarantee our certified title report. Our proprietary AI uses deep learning mechanics to algorithmically review your Michigan title report, scanning it for potential inconsistencies, red flags, and missing data. After passing these checks, a Title Report of Michigan certified title abstractor reviews every official title report and clears it for release to you. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.
Michigan Title Search offers a variety of delivery methods for your official certified Michigan title report or official county records deed image and document image copies. The completed abstract / order may be as little as a page, or up to hundreds of pages long; always saved as a PDF, and as a standard convivence is emailed to you via a download link when finished. MichiganTitleSearch.com offers alternative delivery methods if required.