Titlesolv policies are tailored to clients' individual needs, solving 20th century title problems with 21st century solutions. The policies provide a spectrum of solutions to the property industry.
In partnership with leading experts, we have created title insurance solutions to cover every project type, size, funding model, risk exposure and loss criteria in the renewable energy sector. We are in constant dialogue with our clients to continually enhance our policies and delivering new products for this constantly evolving market, ensuring the project's bankability, profitability and transferability.
Our telecommunications policies have been developed to reflect the specific tenure, loss and operational factors, which are particular to this sector. Title risk can adversely impact on income streams. Time and again our practical solutions for single sites or whole portfolios have shown themselves to be invaluable to utilities companies and investors.
Many aspects of the planning process are subject to challenge, not just Judicial Review for planning permissions. We have a range of policies to offer cover for all aspects of the planning process; policies that we have shaped with the assistance of planning experts who have invaluable in-depth knowledge of Local Authority practices and procedures.
Retail transactions need tailored cover that goes beyond safeguarding the value of the real estate. Funding arrangements can be complex. Landlords need to consider rental income streams and risks to profits. Tenants need to cover their liabilities on rack rent leases. Complex risks like these are our speciality and our bespoke policies provide the answers.
Industrial and Commercial
The economic downturn hit the commercial property sector hard, forcing landlords, tenants and investors to adapt or fail. We have responded to this changing market, helping to address the specific needs of a wide range of property uses from agricultural to mining, warehousing to factories, with a menu of insurance options as varied as the properties themselves.
The Help to Buy Scheme is already adding much needed momentum to the residential development market. Whether policies are required to manage risk on land bank portfolios or to enable developments afflicted by onerous restrictive covenants, village green or rights of light risks, our policies can be structured in anticipation of seamless plot sales.