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3 Things You Should Know Before Calling Your Insurance Company’s Claims Department

Posted by Tim Weisheyer on Sep 14, 2016 11:00:14 AM

Dream Builders Realty is committed to providing the highest quality service. Because of this, we work with the best Osceola County has to offer. Although our customers can choose to work with anyone, we have our own recommendations when asked. 

With these partnerships comes valuable information on real estate related topics we can offer you. We are able to answer questions related to mortgages, title work, insurance and beyond. 

This week, we're featuring our guest blogger, Andrew Harrell from Harrell Agency Services. He's talking all about what you need to know when it comes to making a claim with your insurance agency.


We’ve seen a lot of claims that should have never been filed. Here are a few things that can help you determine whether you should file a claim.

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Topics: Selling 101, Buying 101, Title work, Real Estate Transaction

Sold! What Happens After a Contract is Accepted?

Posted by Tim Weisheyer on Apr 6, 2016 4:46:41 PM

Dream Builders Realty is committed to providing the highest quality service. Because of this, we work with the best Osceola County has to offer. Although our customers can choose to work with anyone, we have our own recommendations when asked. 

With these partnerships comes valuable information on real estate related topics we can offer you. We are able to answer questions related to mortgages, title work, insurance and beyond. 

This week, we're featuring our guest blogger, Rayelynne Ketchum from Stewart Title. She's talking all about what happens after the contract has been accepted in a real estate deal. 


You’ve found a house, or a buyer has found yours, and everyone has agreed on a price. So what happens between now and the time it becomes legally owned by you or another party? We know that it can sometimes be hard to "wait" when it comes to a real estate transaction, so our hope is that these steps help you in understanding what is going on behind the scenes after a contract has been accepted. 

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Topics: Selling 101, Buying 101, Title work, Real Estate Transaction

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