Tahlequah Abstract & Title Company., LLC

Serving Cherokee County since 1853

What We Do:


Tahlequah Abstract will provide you with expert assistance and guidance throughout your entire real estate transaction. Our staff are highly qualified and experienced individuals who can handle the most complicated transactions. We deliver an exceptional product while making sure that you and your client have the highest level of customer satisfaction.  Your business matters to us!

Tahlequah Abstract is ready to provide title insurance and superior service for virtually every type of real estate transaction.


Cherokee County chooses Tahlequah Abstract because we close on time with low cost to the consumer.


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An Explanation of Our  Services:  

 

What We Offer:


Our services include: Abstracting, Title Insurance, Title Reports, Closing Services and Ownership Lists

  • Complete title, closing and problem solving needs
  • Highly skilled and accessible employees
  • Expedient services- Fast, accurate and cost- effective 
  • Multiple underwriter resources
  • Availability of in-house attorney


  • ​​ABSTRACT - An abstract is an accumulation of the many documents that are logged against a precise piece of property and all of the parties in title.
  • COMPLETE ABSTRACT- A thorough abstract will contain every single document recorded from inception at statehood.
  • SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT- A supplemental abstract contains only documents recorded from a certain period. A supplemental can be prepared when there is previous work to come from; either a complete abstract that covers added land, or for an examining attorney who has previously examined title and is equipped with a prior complete opinion. A supplemental can also be prepared when we have a prior title insurance file and we are issuing title insurance for the new transaction.
  • FINAL ABSTRACTING- Final abstracting is the extension of an abstract, which has been erected or prolonged within the last 6 months. This type of abstract is usually ordered to show all the documents noted to meet requirements set out in either the attorney's opinion or the commitment for title insurance.
  • RE-CERTIFICATION OF AN ABSTRACT- Re-certification is typically requested when the abstract does not cover a sufficient amount of land. The request is usually to add further land to the same abstract.​
  • TITLE INSURANCE TITLE REPORT- A title insurance title report is used in the issuance of Title Insurance. This typically replaces final abstracting when Title Insurance is issued.
  • TITLE REPORTS- Title reports or title information sheets are just for informational purposes only. These reports are not certified and do not show any filings prior to the last deed of record. They do not give a buyer or lender any sort of coverage.