EQUITABLE NATIONAL TITLE GROUP, LLC
6985 Wallace Road, Orlando, Florida 32819
(407) 370-6664• Fax (407) 370-0958
Equitable National Title Group is owned and operated by F.Larry Joseph,a veteran with 50 years experience in the Title Insurance Industry and a former Executive of 3 National Title Insurance Underwriters.
Equitable National Title Group, LLC, is the managing partner for six different title agencies, all located in the central Florida area.
All closing agents employed by Equitable Title are "licensed" title agents who have a minimum of 10 years title experience. Equitable prides itself on hiring only experienced professionals
who make customer service their number one priority. As a member of the American Land Title Association and Florida Land Title Association, we strive to keep our personnel, as well as our clients, informed on any new or upcoming changes within the real estate industry.
We are proud to be appointed title agents for Old Republic National Title Insurance and Fidelity National Title, two major national title underwriters. Our title searches are produced by either our in house title examiner or thru our underwriters. All Equitable Title entities have the ability to insure any property within the State of Florida.
Since we strive to keep customer service our number priority, we will always attempt to answer all incoming calls. Rarely will a customer find themselves listening to a machine when calling unless it's after hours or all employees are on the phone assisting other clients.
Equitable National Title Group, LLC offers its services through direct operations and a network of qualified agents across the State of Florida. The Insurance that Equitable Title's family of companies provides is a form of indemnity insurance predominantly found in the United States which insures against financial loss from defects in title to real property and from the invalidity or unenforceability of mortgage liens. Title insurance sold by Equitable Title is principally a product developed and sold in the United States as a result of an alleged comparative deficiency of the U.S. land records laws.
It is meant to protect an owner's or a lender's financial interest in real property against loss due to title defects, liens or other matters. It will defend against a lawsuit attacking the title as it is insured, or reimburse the insured for the actual monetary loss incurred, up to the dollar amount of insurance provided by the policy.