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CFC Title began with settlement locations in Chemical Bank’s Big Rapids Main Office and in the Midland area, followed by locations in Saint Joseph and Byron Center a few years later. In 2012, commercial loans became part of CFC accepted business. With over 18 employees and four different locations, CFC services every county in our great state. If you have questions regarding insurance protection, title work or closings contact our experienced CFC Title Services staff to discuss a plan that works for you.
Owners Title Insurance Policy
Mortgage Title Insurance Policy
Witness only/courtesy closings
Manufactured Housing Transactions/De-titling Mobile Homes
At CFC Title we have four offices that proudly serve every county across the Lower Peninsula of Michigan!
Choose the office closest to you:
Big Rapids Office – (231) 796-9944
Midland Office – (989) 839-5281
Byron Center Office – (616) 588-7452
St. Joseph Office – (269) 934-1072
Who is CFC Title an issuing agent for?
CFC Title is an issuing agent for Investors Title.
Who does CFC Title consult with for legal purposes?
CFC Title looks to the Law Offices of Poznak, Dyer, Kanar & Garchow for preparing any legal documents that may be required when borrowers have not sought out their own legal assistance.
What risks call for title insurance protection?
Real estate has such a great value and is so basic a form of wealth that many special laws have been enacted for its protection. As a result, a land owner has exceedingly strong rights and risks, and so do the family and heirs of the owner but others may have rights in the property as well. As a new owner you may know nothing about these rights and risks, but you are still vulnerable to such claims on your property. That’s why you need a title insurance policy.