TitleVest Press Release
New York, New York (September 17, 2015) – TitleVest, a Manhattan-based title insurance agency and subsidiary of First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF), has won New York Law Journal’s esteemed Best Title Agency award for the third year in a row. TitleVest was named best of the nearly 1,000 New York State-based title agencies, as determined by the results of New York Law Journal’s 2015 Reader Rankings survey.
Securing the Best Title Agency recognition for three consecutive years reaffirms TitleVest’s ability to meet the ever-evolving needs of its clients with progressive improvements in speed, service and technology. TitleVest’s expert team—a combination of more than 135 attorneys, title professionals and support staff—is backed by the company’s proprietary, state-of-the-art technology, which fuels its ability to handle hundreds of transactions daily with a client-centric focus.
“Receiving this recognition for the third year in a row is a real honor,” said Brian Tormey, President of TitleVest. “We are humbled by the amount of support we continue to receive from our clients and cannot thank them enough for again recognizing our ongoing commitment to service excellence and to providing revolutionary technology, products and services to make their lives and transactions easier.”
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Founded in 2000, TitleVest is a leading New York City-based title insurance agency and subsidiary of First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF), offering a full range of title insurance and related services for real property purchase and refinance transactions throughout the United States.
About New York Law Journal Reader Rankings
Published since 2010, the New York Law Journal Reader Rankings is celebrating its fifth year of enabling the New York legal community the opportunity to acknowledge who they believe to be the best providers of products and services to their market. This year, the results of the Reader Rankings were released on September 15, 2015.
New York Law Journal’s 2015 Reader Rankings ballot consisted of more than 80 categories ranging from technology to insurance to education recruiting and staffing. Voters had the option of selecting firms listed on the ballot or writing in their favorite firm if not listed. Once voting was closed, the New York Law Journal team verified that all those who cast votes were lawyers or legal professionals. Votes from anyone who could not be verified as lawyers or legal professionals were discounted, as were votes from competing vendor firms.