Category Archives: Blog

Don’t Be Spoofed!

You have read the warnings: “Don’t wire funds in response to an email without using call-back procedures!” Always call the party who appears to have sent the email for confirmation using a “safe” or know phone number. What happens if

Tips to Protect Your Information During Your Real Estate Transaction

Real Estate Transactions are a Prime Target for Fraudsters! When you buy a home you will be required to submit personal information to your lender and/or escrow agent. At Cherry Creek Title Services, we go above and beyond the industry standards

Tips to Identify Valid and Suspicious Emails

 Incorrect Grammar/Spelling/Text Body Many phishing email contain misspellings. Some of these messages have been poorly translated from other languages. Additionally, you will want to pay attention if the time or date appears in the message body of an email. If

Judicial Foreclosure in Colorado

This article is intended for educational purposes and not as legal advice. It is always advisable to seek the advice of a licensed attorney regarding the issues discussed in this article. Judicial foreclosures are complex matters that require skillful attorneys

Protecting Your Funds From Wire Fraud During Real Estate Transactions

By Michael Selinfreund, Esq., President/General Counsel of Cherry Creek Title Services, Inc. *This article is intended for educational purposes only and not as legal advice* Recently, the number of incidents of wire theft in real estate transactions has risen dramatically. Wires

Protect Your Money From Wire Fraud When Buying a Home

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Protecting Your Purchase Funds and Sale Proceeds from Wire Fraud in Real Estate Transactions

 by Michael Selinfreund, Esq. *This article is intended for educational purposes only and not as legal advice* Recently, the number of incidents of wire theft in real estate transactions has risen dramatically. Wires of buyer’s funds to close and seller’s

Insuring Beneficiary Deeds in Colorado – How This May Affect Your Next Real Estate Transaction

Did you know

When providing title insurance on a property where there is a Beneficiary’s Deed involved, there is now a waiting period of 4 months after the date of the death of the grantor of a Beneficiary Deed is because the real