Our number one priority is making sure your transaction is closed on time and with the least amount of anxiety.

We offer quick turnaround on searches and commitments and our highly experienced policy department ensures timely delivery of your final title policies.

We stand ready and capable to handling our real estate closing in an expeditious and professional manner.

We are here to help, whether you are a:

  • Realtor looking to help your clients with quick and courteous real estate closing services.

  • Homeowner looking for title insurance and real estate closing for your own sale, or refinance and want the best rates and service.

  • Regional or national lender looking for the best and fastest services.



Closing Fee: $175

Title Search: $110
*Plus title insurance (add’l)

Closing protection Letter to First American: $20


Closing Fee: $450

*Deed Preparation: $150


Settlement: $595
Plus title insurance

Second Trust Closing: $150
*Power of Attorney (each): $100

Title Insurance Pricing: Please email susan@goldcuptitle.com or call our office at 703-352-3640 for the amount.

Gratuitous Services: Notary, IRS reporting and VA R-SE reporting, Long distance telephone calls within the Continental United States.

In cases which involve problems with the title records, mechanic’s lien coverage for new construction or transactions arising from foreclosure, an additional charge may be assessed for services rendered.

*Documents prepared by an attorney. Deeds involving Estates and Trusts will be charged $250 extra.

Why Title Insurance?

Owning real estate is one of the most precious values of freedom in this country. You want the assurance that the property you are buying will be yours. Other than your mortgage holder, no one else should have any claim or restrictions against your home. Title insurance is issued after a careful examination of the public records. But even the most thorough search cannot absolutely assure that no title faults are present, despite the knowledge and experience of professional title examiners. In addition to maps shown by public records, other title problems may exist that cannot be disclosed in a search. Title insurance eliminates any risk and loss caused by fault in title from an event that occurred before you owned the property. Title claims can include: - outstanding mortgages and judgments, or a lien against the property because the seller has not paid their taxes - pending legal action against the property that could affect you - an unknown risk.