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Title Security Begins Closings at JMC Communities’ New Belleview Place Condominium Project

Belleview Place Carriage Homes

St. Petersburg, Fla. – (April 18, 2018) – Title Security has closed the first building of Carriage Homes at JMC Communities’ Belleview Place in Belleair, Florida. Title Security has had a long and successful relationship with JMC, having closed approximately 2,550 condominium homes for them throughout the Tampa Bay area. Most recently, Title Security handled all closings for JMC’s Ovation, Rowland Place and Victoria Place along with Clearwater Beach’s Sandpearl Residences and Suites.

Since 1983, Title Security has been providing comprehensive title and escrow services throughout the Tampa Bay area. “The Title Security team has continued to provide our homebuyers with a friendly and accurate closing experience, and we are very grateful to be working with such a professional group,” stated Mike Cheezem, Owner/CEO, JMC Communities. Belleview Place will begin closings on their first phase of condominiums in June.

Title Security Chairman, Harvey Ford said, “The JMC organization has always stood for integrity and quality… we are very grateful to be associated once again with one of their fine communities.” Ford continues, “Belleview Place will meet Belleair’s growing desire for a well conceived, value conscious residences with a thoughtful nod to the town’s important history.”

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Title Security is a full service title insurance company, enthusiastically handling each aspect of the closing process. From securing a clear title, to fulfilling lenders’ many closing requirements, to facilitating the document preparation and settlement statement, Title Security creates smooth, hassle-free closings for all parties involved. For additional information, visit www.TitleSecurityFL.com.

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