Elko Title Corporation

Elko Title Corporation is a distinguished title insurance provider offering professional services and helping people with all of their real estate transactions, including:

  • Complete real estate searches
  • Insured closings
  • Title insurance commitments and policies
  • Opinion and search letters
  • Escrows

Elko Title Corporation is known for its friendly, efficient staff and its up-to-date technological access to all necessary local records.  It has direct electronic access to the real estate and property records in the following Elkhart County public offices:

  • Auditor’s Office
  • Treasurer’s Office
  • Recorder’s Office
  • Courts (judgment records)

Elko Title Corporation has been serving Elkhart County for more than 40 years. It is owned by the law firm of Yoder Ainlay Ulmer & Buckingham LLP and is located in the lower level of the firm’s offices. This provides immediate access to the law firm’s attorneys.  In this way, Elko Title Corporation is able to process both routine and complex transactions quickly and accurately.

Elko Title Corporation is a member of the Goshen Chamber of Commerce. It has received several special achievement awards from its underwriter. Elko Title Corporation offers title insurance products through Chicago Title Insurance Company. See how Elko Title Corporation complies with all of the ALTA best practices.

Licensing: Establish and maintain current licenses as required to conduct the business of title insurance and settlement services. The purpose is to ensure that the company is fully compliant with all applicable laws and regulations.

Escrow Account Controls: Adopt and maintain appropriate written procedures and controls for Escrow Trust Accounts allowing for electronic verification of reconciliation. These controls help meet client and legal requirements for safeguarding client funds.

Information and Data Privacy: Adopt and maintain a written privacy and information security plan to protect Non-public Personal Information as required by local, state and federal law. Federal and state law requires a written information security plan describing how non-public customer information is protected.

Settlement Policies and Procedures: Adopt standard real estate settlement policies and procedures. This can ensure a settlement company can provide a safe and compliant settlement and meet state, federal, and contractual obligations governing the settlement process and provide for ongoing employee training.

Title Production: Adopt and maintain written procedures related to title policy production, delivery, reporting and premium remittance. Appropriate procedures for the production, delivery and remittance of title insurance policies ensures title companies meet their legal and contractual obligations.

Errors and Omissions and Fidelity Coverage: Maintain appropriate professional liability insurance and fidelity coverage. Appropriate levels of professional liability ensure that title companies and settlement companies have the financial capacity to stand behind their professional services.

Consumer Complaints: Adopt and maintain written procedures for resolving consumer complaints.   A process for receiving and addressing consumer complaints is important to ensure that any instances of poor service or non-compliance do not go undiscovered.

Get In Touch

If you need the services of a title company, Elko Title Corporation will handle your real estate questions and requests professionally, accurately and at competitive prices. You can contact Elko Title Corporation by phone at 574-533-3530, via fax at 574-534-0913.