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ATGF has created a family of customizable materials to help you grow and promote your title business. These printable brochures could be used for consumers or industry partners, including Realtors.
You will need Acrobat Reader DC to add your logo and contact information. If you don't already have Acrobat Reader DC installed.
Download your selected brochures.
On the last page of the PDF, click on the image icon (see reference image). This will open a dialog box to browse your computer and select the file you want to use for your company logo. For best results use a high-resolution file.
Click in the blue box to add your contact information. This can include company name, name and title of contact person, company address, phone number, email address and website. Note: If you do not add your logo, this space will be left blank on the printed brochure.
Note: the blue box is there for your reference only. It will not appear on the printed brochure. Save the PDF and submit to your printer of choice. Note: You can also ask your printer to add your logo and contact information.
To download the documents below simply click the graphic and all information will be revealed.
This book was published by the Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Law Section and printed/designed by ATGF. You may download and print our print-ready version here.
This brochure gives an easy-to-understand overview, including who needs it and the types of issues which are generally covered. Your logo and contact information can be added on the back cover.
Note: this brochure is also available in a real estate attorney version in the downloads below.
There's a lot that goes into closing a real estate transaction and issuing a title policy. Help your customers understand all the hard work you do on their behalf. This brochure is four-pages long.
The front cover provides an infographic overview and the inside two pages provide more details in the process. Your logo and contact info can be added on the back cover.
The default under the Colorado Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate is a Special Warranty Deed. Historically, it had been General Warranty Deed. What's the difference? This brochure helps explain.