Delivering the best Real Estate Services for all your needs

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How We Help You


Are you a first time home buyer? Are you unsure of how to choose the right title insurance company? We’re here to help educate you!


Nobody likes unforeseen hiccups when closing a big deal like a house sale. Our title insurance business will keep you informed and respond quickly should concerns arise!


We represent both sides in real estate deals. From search until settlement, our team handles title abstract and insurance. Whatever your needs, we'll go the extra mile for you.

Real Estate Services Built For Growth

The more quickly a newly constructed home gets sold, the sooner a builder can move on the next new house or development. The efficiency of our residential and commercial real estate title services is something we pride ourselves on. We value long-term relationships as we help clients’ businesses grow through our personal and precise care.

You will have a single point of contact that works on your transaction from search to closing. Our complete title search will make sure you have buildable land. The expertise of our team members on current rules and regulations are reflected through the strength of our title insurance policies.

Our Home Title Services Help Find the Unknown

Every home has a history and what's unknown about that history can cause huge problems for homeowners in the future. Real estate agents need a title services partner they can trust and homebuyers want to secure their continued ownership.

With our property title services, you can feel secure that we won't overlook any mortgage or property problems. After a thorough title search, we'll explain any issues in a clear, comprehensive, commitment for title insurance. After closing process is over, we offer a offer a commitment for title insurance that helps secure the financial stability of your homeownership.


Get the Right Title Insurance

Your lender requires that you purchase a loan policy to ensure that they have a valid, enforceable lien on the property. It does not protect you! Only the purchase of an owner’s title insurance policy provides protection against future loss if a covered claim against your property is made.



Why Old Republic Title?

Title insurance provides financial protection for title risks covered by the policy. However, that protection is only as strong as the company underwriting the policy. Since 1907, Old Republic Title has been insuring residential and commercial properties across America.



How Much Does it Cost?

Unlike most insurance policies, where you pay a monthly premium, title insurance is a one- time-only fee directly related to the value of your home. Fees vary by state, so contact us for a quote.


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Meet Our Team

We will deliver the best job with the best team

Kara Doyle

Escrow Officer

Eugenia Estrada

Title Examiner

Scott Michael

Escrow Officer

Seth Fellenstein

Title Counsel

Melisa Taitano

Escrow Manager and Closer

Adriana Kelso

Escrow Officer

Jenn Broussard

Escrow Officer

Barb Yeary

Business Development Manager

Jill Clifton

Escrow Officer

Kristen Wallace

Escrow Processor

Wendy Day

Escrow Officer

Kaylee Sorrells

Administrative Assistant

Tamara Brooks

Escrow Processor

Jeanise Hankins

Senior Escrow Officer

Tony Meek


Karli Bowers

Escrow Officer

Priyank sheth

Staff Head

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Some Reminders for Home Buyers

Some lenders require two forms of ID for the buyer(s) at closing. First form of ID needs to be a current government issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, military ID etc). The second form of ID can be anything with the buyer’s name on it (health insurance card, voter registration card, social security card etc)........

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Frequently Asked Question

In Oklahoma, usually it’s buyers’ choice on where to close since that title company will be issuing their title insurance.

No. Not at all. Title is a neutral third party, we cannot act in the role of a licensed realtor because we are not. Title’s role is to close the transaction based on the written instruction (contract) signed by both buyer and seller.

Again, no. Title cannot act in the role of a licensed realtor because we are not. Contracts, TRR’s etc can be tricky, if unsure we’d highly recommend hiring a licensed realtor or real estate attorney to help you.

A good realtor can be very beneficial to a real estate transaction. Things a realtor can help with: market analysis to come up with a fair price, schedule appointments and showings, update property listings, give advice based on current market demands, search open listings to find properties, market the property, network with local businesses and potential clients, advise on staging, coordinate appraisals, work with title and the lender to keep things on track for closing, professional negotiation, legal document prep etc.