Private mortgage insurance (PMI), also called mortgage insurance, is what borrowers must pay on each mortgage payment if they didn't make a 20 percent down payment toward their home loan.The insurance protects the lender financially in case the borrower fails to repay.
Title insurance is a type of insurance policy that protects property owners and their lenders against losses resulting from problems with a property title.It provides coverage for financial costs caused by pre-existing or future property ownership issues.
A warranty deed is a real estate document which states that the owner owns the purchased property free and clear of any outstanding mortgages, liens, or other types of encumbrances against it.  A general warranty deed legally transfers property from one individual or business to another (in most cases for real estate).They’re usually put in place when a grantee is looking to secure financing for mortgage or title insurance.  Grantor vs.