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YOUR TRUSTED TITLE AGENCY

After a thorough, voluntary audit by the Certified Examiners of Secured Title Solutions, Preferred Title Company has been confirmed as being fully compliant with the American Land Title Association’s Best Practices. Preferred Title Company has been vetted, certified, audited and trusted by its title insurance underwriters for more than 20 years. This gives our customers the confidence that settlements handled by our company are done so according to the highest industry standards.

ALTA’s Best Practices are designed to help title service providers follow policies and procedures that protect lenders and consumers, while ensuring a positive and compliant real estate settlement experience. Preferred Title Company has historically maintained all of the business practices provided for in the ALTA 7-Pillars of Best Practices in conducting the day-to-day business of real estate settlement.

Even though these Best Practices are strictly voluntary, Preferred has chosen to ratify and embrace each of the Best Practices on behalf of our customers in their real estate transactions.

WE PLEDGE

  1. To adopt new business practices and tools that enhance the settlement experience for all parties to the transaction
  2. To continue our employee training and education initiatives, to provide quality service and to maintain regulatory compliance; and,
  3. To maintain written policies and procedures to comply with the Best Practices.

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We Are An Authorized Title Producer Company

NATIONAL UNDERWRITERS INCLUDE:

  • The Security Title Guarantee (Corporation of Baltimore)
  • Stewart Title Guaranty Company
  • First American Title Insurance Company

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