Meet Our Mountain Home, ID Branch

Pictured from left to right: Tracy Morrison, Scott Roberts, Jamie Springer, LeeAnna Lathrop, Sally Loosli, and Becky Hughes.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

The Mountain Home office is staffed by five talented women. Jamie Springer, Administrative Assistant, enjoys hunting and spends much of her spare time involving her daughter in community activities such as sports and Mountain Home Optimist Ag. LeeAnna Lathrop, Escrow Officer, cares deeply for animals and is known for adopting strays; she also enjoys quality time with her son and nephews. Sally Loosli, Title Officer, has a smiley baby grandson and spends her time gardening. Becky Hughes, Escrow Officer, enjoys gardening with her husband of 30 years! Tracy Morrison, Title Officer, plays Old Time music and volunteers for a local Historical Museum. Alliance Title’s Mountain Home branch is managed by Scott Roberts who is from Twin Falls. This team serves the Elmore County, Idaho area which includes the cities of Mountain Home and Glenns Ferry, and smaller communities such as Pine-Featherville, King Hill, Hammett, Mayfield and Tipanuk areas.

Mountain Home, Elmore County, is nestled in the mid-region of the Snake River Plain of Southwestern Idaho and is a short 35 mile drive southeast of Idaho’s capital city, Boise. The city is bounded by beautiful mountain ranges to the north and the spectacular Owyhee Canyonlands to the south. Its unique location offers country hospitality, outdoor activities and easy access to big city culture. 

Elmore County expands over more than 3,000 square miles, roughly sixty percent being mountainous. The altitude ranges between 2,500 feet and 9,700 feet.  Approximately seventy percent of the county land is government owned and twenty two percent is designated farm land.

The county seat was originally established in Rocky Bar, Idaho on February 7, 1889 and was named after the Ida Elmore mines which were the area’s greatest silver and gold producers of the 1860’s. On February 4, 1891 the county seat was moved to Mountain Home.

Mountain Home Air Force Base is located 10 miles west of the city and has 4,500 assigned military and 850 full-time civilian workers. Agriculture is a mainstay of the county and the City of Mountain Home has a full time economic development office. Annually, the community offers the Mountain Home Air Force Appreciation Day which hosts one of the largest parades in Idaho.

The Mountain Home, Idaho branch welcomes the opportunity to provide title and escrow services for your next real estate transaction!

Phone: 208-587-8428

Fax: 208-587-3325

Email: mtn@alliancetitle.com

Address:  1715 American Legion Blvd., Mountain Home, Idaho 83647

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