Are you purchasing or refinancing a home in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania?
We are a Pennsylvania Title Insurance Company providing independent 3rd party title services to home buyers. Let us look out for you!
And our in house real estate attorney will review your title and mortgage documents with you at NO additional cost!!
HOME BUYERS HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO CHOOSE THEIR OWN ALLEGHENY COUNTY TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY!
A federal law called the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) entitles the individual homeowner to choose a title insurance company when purchasing or refinancing residential property. Typically, homeowners don’t make this decision for themselves, instead relying on their bank’s or attorney’s choice; however, the homeowner retains the right. RESPA makes it unlawful for any bank, broker, attorney or seller to mandate that a particular Clearfield County title insurance company be used. Doing so is a gross violation of federal law and any person or business doing so can be heavily fined or lose its license.
Another reason to choose World Wide Land Transfer as your Clearfield County Title Insurance company is that we will be a true independent 3rd party to your transaction. We are not owned or operated by your realtor or your bank. This eliminates the chance of conflicts of interest between your title insurance provider and the referral source (realtor or bank).
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Clearfield County was created in 1804, from parts of Huntingdon and Lycoming Counties and named for Clearfield Creek. The creek’s name alluded to openings or “clear-fields” made by the large number of bison in the area. For many years Clearfield County functioned as part of Centre County, not electing its own commissioners until 1812. It was organized for judicial purposes in 1822. Clearfield, the county seat, was incorporated as a borough in 1840.
Recorder of Deeds
Attn: Real Estate Recording
Clearfield County Recorder of Deeds
1 North Second Street
Clearfield, PA 16830
Articles of Incorporation
Power of Attorney
Right of Way
Award of Real Estate
Leases (30 years +)
Copies per page
$25.00 – $20.00 each additional page
|The original mortgage or a copy is required to accompany a Satisfaction Piece for recording.
No blanket assignments, releases, satisfactions or similar documents will be accepted.
Where no fee is specified, the fee will be determined by the Recorder of Deeds.
The acknowledgement must include the following: COUNTY, STATE, DATE, PERSON/CORPORATE OFFICERS APPEARING, NOTARY SIGNATURE, NOTARY SEAL AND NOTARY EXPIRATION DATE. If any of the above are missing, the acknowledgement will be considered defective.
Falls Creek (mostly in Jefferson County)