What is a Certificate of Good Standing?

A certificate of good standing is a state-issued document demonstrating that a business is properly registered within a state, up to date on registration fees, and active. Business owners will usually only need a Certificate of Good Standing when it’s requested by a third party. It’s a good idea to prepare for the request before doing any of these activities.

What Does a Title Company Do? An Introductory Guide for First-time Buyers & Investors

First-time homebuyers and novice real estate investors may not understand all the nuances of the closing process. Here are ten commonly asked questions about title companies to help you better understand what they do, how they do it, and why.