From contract to purchase to closing, think of Meridian Title’s customer portal—BYPASS—as your virtual office. Some of the tasks you can use BYPASS to complete include:
- Accessing your files securely whenever you want
- Uploading documents, such as title commitments, deeds, land contracts, surveys, mortgage payoffs, inspections, repair authorizations, lender real estate-related requirements, and more
- Requesting a closing
- Placing an order
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Real estate transactions are complicated. Get the concise, easy-to-understand answers you need. Meridian Title experts breakdown the essentials about title insurance and more.
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We’re here to sweat the small stuff so you don’t have to, giving you peace of mind.
Let us know what we can do to help you. Contact your account manager, call our customer service team at (800) 777-1574, or send us your question using our contact form.
Browse the Glossary
If you are new to real estate transactions, some of the acronyms, phrases, and words we use every day may not sound unfamiliar.
Find clear definitions for commonly-used terms
For real estate agents working in Indiana, Meridian Title offers a variety of training opportunities that can be counted towards the continuing education requirements for maintaining a valid broker’s license.
View classes for real estate agents
State & Industry Forms
Need help tracking down a specific form? We might be able to help. As a courtesy to our customers, we maintain an archive of various state and industry forms used in common real estate transactions.
Request a copy of a transaction-related form
Monthly Flyers & Other Resources
Learn more about what’s new in title insurance industry and get tips for smoother real estate transactions and simplified processes.
Browse our archive of monthly flyers
Acceptable good funds for real estate transactions include wired funds from bank to bank, cashier’s checks, and certified checks.
Learn more about good funds
Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions
Covenants, conditions, and restrictions (also known as CC&Rs) are legally binding documents recorded and filed with your state. A CC&R varies by locale and covers your property-use restrictions and obligations to your homeowners’ association as well as your rights as a member.
Request a copy of your CC&R
HUD Buyer Select Program
Purchasing a HUD-owned property? Simplify your transaction with samples of the YARDI bid submission.
View HUD Buyer Select Program resources
Predictable Recording Fees
As part of Senate Bill 505, the state of Indiana updated its statute for closing costs associated with officially recording certain types of documents.
View the current predictable recording fees
SSAE 18 Type 1 Certification
Meridian Title completed its examination in conformity with Statement on Standard for SOC 1 as of September 15, 2019.
Learn more about the examination
TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Information
In 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau updated the closing process for all real estate transactions.
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