We are invested in your success, which is why we relieve you from the burden of title work, allowing you more time to dedicate to the construction of homes for your buyers. Lakeside Title Company works closely with builders in Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Southern Pennsylvania. We take care of all the title work, so you can focus on what you do best.
Title Insurance & Support
Our business philosophy is designed to simplify the construction process, protect builders from unfair/illegal language hidden in construction contracts, and to share builders’ projects with prospective buyers and realtors so you can sell more houses.
Legal Team for Support
Besides offering title insurance support for builders, our affiliated Law Firm, Deardorff, Rath & Pichon, LLC can help builders in Maryland.
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To speak directly with a team member at Lakeside Title Company, please give us a call at 410.992.1070. For more information about builder legal services, please contact Deardorff, Rath & Pichon, LLC via our law page.
More than a title provider, we are your partner.
Lakeside Title Company recognizes the value of providing the tools realtors, lenders, buyers, sellers and builders need to make transactions run smoothly. We pride ourselves on protecting our clients every step of the way and delivering a great experience for you and your client. Lakeside Title Company is more than a title provider, we are a true partner.
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