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Midland Title & Escrow

Northwest Ohio's Largest
Locally Owned Title Agency

Your source for title information and insurance, convenient access, and prompt, personal service. The professional staff at Midland Title includes attorneys Licensed in Ohio and Michigan, licensed title agents, escrow officers and support staff. Our experienced employees are personally involved throughout the process, ensuring the highest standards of accountability, and making every transaction as seamless as possible. We offer a broad range of title and closing services to Realtors, Lenders, Builders, Attorneys, Buyers and Sellers of residential and commercial properties.


 
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Sandra Hylant Appointed Vice Chair of Lourdes University's Board of Trustees
Sandra Hylant, Vice-President of Midland Title and Escrow, Ltd., has recently been appointed Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees at Lourdes University for the 2014-2015 year. Hylant was the 2013-2014 Board Secretary.

The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Lourdes University, and its fundamental responsibility is making sure the university is fulfilling its stated mission.

 
Commercial Division

We're equipped to handle a wide variety of transactions including retail and office. We can also assist in multi state transactions and tax-deferred exchanges.

Residential Division
Attorneys, Lenders, and Homeowners know that getting what you need for your residential real estate transactions should be simple, and with Midland Title it is. We will work quickly and accurately throughout the entire process whether delivering title commitments or providing accurate closing fees to lenders and borrowers. We work with you to manage constantly changing closing schedules and lender requirements. Midland Title will communicate effectively with all parties so you can feel totally confident closing your residential transactions with Midland Title.
Last Updated: March 4, 2015
Midland Title: Keeping you in the know

Fannie Mae: Home buyers, mortgage lenders getting excited about 2015 prospects
A new boost in consumer optimism is spilling over into housing, as more people believe now is a good time to buy a home
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87% of Homes Qualify for Down Payment Aid
More prospective home buyers would likely qualify for down payment assistance than they think. Indeed, more than 68 million single-family and condo households – or about 87 percent -- would qualify for a down payment program available in the county where they are located, according to a new study by Down Payment Resource and RealtyTrac in an analysis that included a look at nearly 2,300 down payment programs nationwide.


 

Congress looks to play small ball on tax reform
Top tax writers are adamant they still want to pursue a major reworking of the tax code, but with progress hard to come by for the last several years, the Senate Finance Committee agreed to easily pass several targeted tax tweaks in the meantime.

Another Compelling Reason Why Housing Could Soar in 2015
According to a recent report, the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, or CFPB, is proposing changes intended to increase access to mortgages for borrowers in rural and under served areas. If successful, it would be yet another way that mortgage financing is becoming much easier to afford and obtain in 2015, and could give the U.S. housing market a nice boost.


 

Fee Cut, Lower Rates Could Boost Mortgage Refinancings
Hundreds of thousands of lower-income borrowers will be able to cut mortgage payments as a decline in interest rates and a reduction in federal loan fees open the door for them to refinance. But the largest mortgage lenders might not be the biggest beneficiaries of the new business.

Mortgage Choice Act reintroduced in Congress
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Mich., reintroduced to the new Congress the "Mortgage Choice Act" – a bipartisan piece of legislation that would amend and clarify the qualified mortgage definition in the Dodd-Frank Act thereby improving access to credit and qualified mortgages for low and moderate income borrowers while protecting consumers from bad loans.

 

Click here to view Local Market Update—January 2015

 

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In order to better serve your needs now and in the future, we may ask you to provide us with certain information. We understand that you may be concerned about what we will do with such information – particularly any personal or financial information. We agree that you have a right to know how we will utilize the personal information you provide to us. Therefore, Midland Title and Escrow, Ltd., has adopted this Privacy Policy to govern the use and handling of your personal information.
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