Land Title’s motto is:
“There are no dumb questions, only dumb mistakes we have to fix.”
Since 1958, Land Title Company has been a family-owned business in Grant County, Oregon. We strive to be the best and most trusted resource for all our counties title and escrow services. Navigating the wild world of real estate titles one deed at a time! Giving you the keys to hassle-free property ownership and unlocking those Title Treasures along the way. 🗝️✨ #LandTitleLingo
In 2006, Steve and Sandie bought Land Title and together they have over 30 years of Title and Escrow experience.
Steve is Experienced in the wild world of real estate transactions 🏡. When it comes to title, I'm the senior sheriff around these parts 💼
Sandie is handling accounts payable, accounts receivable, and being a rockstar escrow officer. Keeping those numbers in line and making sure the money game is always on point! 💵🔒
In 2016, Kristen joined the team. 🔐 Protecting your property like a boss! 🏠 Collection Escrow expert and title officer extraordinaire.
In 2021, Britney joined the team. Title policy pro with a knack for making customers feel like royalty 👑 Office sidekick by day, ninja assistant by night.
Escrow Officer, Accounts Payable, & Accounts Receivable
Senior Title Officer
Title Officer & Collections
Policies, Recordings & Office Assistant
Conduct Title Search
Coordinate all aspects of title services with appropriate parties
Prepare all necessary documents
Account for all funds
Review closing documents
Disburse all mortgage loan or sale proceeds
Satisfy all lender requirements
Record Transfer Documents
Issue Title Insurance Policy
We also offer:
Notary and Mobile Notary
Printing and faxing
Owning real estate is one of the most precious values of freedom in this country. You want the assurance that the property you are buying will be yours. Other than your mortgage holder, no one else should have any claims or restrictions against your home.
Title insurance is issued after a careful examination of the public records. But even the most thorough search cannot absolutely assure that no title faults are present, despite the knowledge and experience of professional title examiners. In addition to matters shown by public records, other title problems may exist that cannot be disclosed in a search. Title insurance eliminates any risks and losses caused by faults in title from an event that occurred before you owned the property.
Title insurance is different from other types of insurance in that it protects you, the insured, from a loss that may occur from matters or faults from the past. Other types of insurance such as auto, life, or health cover you against losses that may occur in the future. Title insurance does not protect against any future faults, but does protect you from risks or undiscovered interests. Another difference is that you pay a one-time premium for a policy that remains effective until the property is sold to a new owner - even if that doesn't occur for decades.
145 Northeast Dayton Street, John Day, Oregon 97845
08:00 am – 03:30 pm
We are closed on all Federal holidays
New Years Day – January
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – January
Washington’s Birthday – February
Memorial Day – May
Juneteenth Day - June
Independence Day – July
Labor Day – September
Veteran’s Day – November
Thanksgiving – November
Christmas - December