For the first time, consumers in Pennsylvania can see pricing for all of the major title insurance providers in one, easy-to-compare format in seconds.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) October 16, 2017
Tridster, a technology-driven, price comparison service for title insurance and settlement services, today announced that it has launched in Pennsylvania.
“We have built the best consumer shopping portal for title and settlement services using digital solutions that modern consumers expect, the kind that we would want for ourselves and for our family and friends,” said William Buell, co-founder of Tridster. “Now, for the first time, consumers in Pennsylvania can see pricing for all of the major title insurance providers in one, easy-to-compare format in seconds.”
“According to a report from the GAO, homebuyers and borrowers find it difficult to comparison shop for title insurance because it is unfamiliar, difficult to gather information on costs, and title agents don’t market to them. Through Tridster, Pennsylvania consumers can readily access provider, product and pricing information” according to Steve Berg, co-founder and Head of Enterprise Data.
“We recently conducted a study on PA title insurance rates that indicated a typical homebuyer in Pennsylvania could have saved around $650 on title insurance and settlement services, and in some cases much more,” said William Devar, co-founder and Head of Product. “In the same study, we found that refinance borrowers in PA could have saved over $450 on average on their closing costs by going with the lowest cost provider.”
Tridster is currently providing price comparison services in Pennsylvania and plans to expand nationally over the next twelve to eighteen months.
Tridster is a price comparison and shopping service for title insurance and settlement services, dedicated to re-engineering the shopping process from the ground up to make it simple, fast, and transparent. By giving consumers access to information, powerful tools and support, Tridster empowers Pennsylvanians to make better decisions with regard to home ownership. For more information, visit Tridster.com.