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Why buy title insurance for Jacksonville real estate – Chad and Sandy Neumann

Sellers often ask us why they have to pay for the buyer’s title insurance when they sell their Jacksonville real estate. Especially if they had title insurance on the home when they first bought it. There’s one very important reason. Attorney Charley Wood of Attorneys’ Title Services gives us a simple explanation here.

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