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Title and Escrow in Umatilla County, Oregon
AmeriTitle is a full service title company providing title and escrow for residential and commercial transactions involving the sale, refinance or exchange of real property throughout Umatilla County, Oregon.
With offices in Pendleton, Hermiston and Milton-Freewater, our company’s escrow officers and title examiners work closely with Realtors®, buyers and sellers, lenders, attorneys, and local real estate professionals to ensure a successful closing.
Title insurance and escrow services throughout all of Umatilla County, Oregon including the communities listed below:
Adams, Athena, Echo, Helix, Hermiston, Milton-Freewater, Pendleton, Pilot Rock, Stanfield, Ukiah, Umatilla, Weston
Bingham Springs, Cayuse, Cold Springs, Gibbon, Gopher Flats, Holdman, Kirkpatrick, Meacham, Mission, Riverside, Tutuilla, Tollgate, Umapine
Strength In Numbers
AmeriTitle works with the top underwriters in the industry. As an agent to the nation’s largest and most prestigious title insurance underwriters, we have the flexibility to offer customers with a choice while protecting your investment. In Umatilla County AmeriTitle has agency agreements with the following title insurance underwriters:
- Chicago Title Insurance Company
- Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company
- Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
- Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
- Stewart Title Guaranty Company
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About Umatilla County
Umatilla County is located in the state of Oregon. It is included in the 8 county definition of Eastern Oregon. The county is named for the Umatilla River. In 2000, its population was 70,548. The county seat is Pendleton.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,231 square miles, of which 3,215 square miles is land and 16 square miles is water.
September - Pendleton Roundup, Pendleton
The Pendleton Roundup is held in the second full week of September. It's billed as
the USA's best rodeo. Established in 1909, the celebration includes an old-fashioned
rodeo, cowboy breakfasts, a parade, a country music concert, dances, art shows,
and a nightly pageant that details the history of Native Americans and pioneers
of the area. For more information, call 541-276-2553.