Abstracting & Title Services

Serving Camden, Miller and Morgan County at Lake of the Ozarks in the state of Missouri.  We provide complete title services including property ownership reports and title insurance. The closing company handles all closing services and escrow services, including 1031 Real Estate Exchanges and construction loan disbursements.

Our offices are equipped with the staff to handle your real estate transaction in an efficient and professional manner. Whether you are an experienced real estate agent or an individual selling your first home, our staff strives to help you in any way we can to complete the services you request.

Title Insurance
Providing Owner’s Title Insurance and Lender’s Title Insurance on real estate transactions issued through Agents National Title Insurance Company .

Title Reports
An Ownership and Encumbrances Report is a letter format stating current ownership of the property, any outstanding encumbrances (liens) and any title issues. These type of reports are helpfully in many instances.  Whether you just want to know about ownership of a piece of property, purchased property at a county tax sale, or have another non-insurable situation, title reports are useful to help find issues that might affect the property you own or are interested in acquiring,.

Closings
Real Estate closings, whether purchases or refinances, can involve many parties.   Our closer helps coordinate the closing between ALL parties involved, including sellers, buyers, real estate agents and lenders.  The closing can be handled in our office or by fax, mail or email.  facilitate the closing for all parties involved making for a smooth transaction

 

Construction Disbursements
Sunrise Abstracting and Title Services, Inc. facilitates the disbursement of construction loans on residential, single and multi-site commercial transactions, as well as condominiums projects.

If you are having your property developed, having a new home built, are a General Contractor/Builder or a Lending Institution; we can take much of the paperwork and headaches out of your project by paying the Contractors, Subcontractors, and Vendors along with tracking your budget and collecting all necessary lien wavers. We will also provide reports that enable you to see exactly what you have been paying for and where the money is going.

  • Work directly with the Lending Institution for draw requests and tracking.
  • Inspection services as required by the Owner or Lending Institution.
  • Make payments directly to the Contractors, Subcontractors and Vendors.
  • Collect and track all lien wavers.
  • Provide budget tracking as required.
  • Provide disbursement history and reports as requested or required by the Owner, Builder and/or Lender.

 

Rest assured ... you’ve found your home with us.

   

1031 Tax Deferred

In general, Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue code allows an owner to exchange one property for another and defer payment of the state and federal capital gains taxes, as long as both properties are of “like-kind.” That is, the properties must be either:

  1. held for productive use in a trade or business, or
  2. held for investment.

For example, single-family rental houses in Missouri can be exchanged for an apartment in Texas, or land in Florida can be exchanged for a commercial building in Colorado. This flexibility helps property owners realize their investment objective. By exchanging instead of selling for cash, owners can diversify or consolidate holdings, reduce management’s commitments, or improve cash flow.

Over the long term, acquiring real estate through exchanges is an excellent method of building wealth. Section 1031 allows continued deferral of taxes on subsequent exchanges, enable the owner to increase equity without the burden of capital gains tax. In summary, the 1031 is the sale of one property followed by the purchase of another. It is critical that a qualified intermediary holds funds, that both properties are “like-kind,” and that the exchange time period requirements are met. Contrary to what most owners envision, a 1031 exchange is rarely a simultaneous two-party swap. In a typical exchange, a property is sold by the exchanger to any buyer during Phase I. Sunrise Title must be retained prior to this closing. The exchange funds are held safely in Sunrise Title’s qualified exchange account (The IRS stipulates that the exchanger cannot be in actual or constructive receipt of the funds at any time during the exchange). When Phase I closes, the exchange period begins. The exchanger has 45 days to identify and 180 days to close on a replacement property. Phase II is the acquisition of the “like-kind” replacement property, which can be executed any time within the 180 days of closing the sale property.

How to Proceed:

  1. Always discuss your intended exchange with your tax advisor.
  2. Call Sunrise Title as early in the sale as possible and definitely before closing any escrows or contracts.
  3. Begin searching for a replacement property as soon as you have accepted an offer on your sale property.
  4. Relax, and let Sunrise Title guide you through the exchange!
 
   
  OUR LOCATIONS
Sunrise Abstracting & Title

Executive Woods Building Suite 201
Hwy 5 and Lk Rd 5-39
P.O. Box 568
Sunrise Beach, MO 65079

 

(573) 374-8400
1-800-554-8402
Fax (573) 374-8475
srtitle@ronduggan.com