Meet Our Centralized Title Team

Alliance Title’s Central Order Processing (COP) and Centralized Title Services (CTS) teams are located in Boise, Idaho. The associates in COP and CTS are Alliance Title’s one-stop-shop for local and national customers’ title insurance needs on all types of property transactions. Both teams provide a single point of contact, order customization, order tracking, and progress reports for their customers.

COP is on the front lines of customer service, assigning customers’ escrow and title orders to the appropriate Alliance Title branch, department or vendor. CTS consists of a Treasure Valley Title Production Team which focuses on providing a complete range of title services locally and a Central Production Team which focuses on providing a ‘one-stop-shop’ for title services in Alliance’s footprint for national and regional customers. Alliance Title strives to create an exceptional customer experience by helping our customers improve efficiency. Without our COP and CTS teams, meeting this goal would not be possible.

Boise, Idaho was founded in 1863 and celebrates its sesquicentennial (150th) anniversary this year on July 7th. Prior to the settlement of Euro-Americans, the Boise valley was occupied by the Northern Shoshone and Bannock tribes who used the fertile valley’s natural resources to sustain them. Explorers, missionaries, and settlers traveled through the Boise valley during the 1840’s. But the town truly became a settlement after the discovery of gold in the Boise Basin in 1862 when miners and entrepreneurs alike came to the area seeking to make their fortunes. In the summer of 1863, the U.S. military established Fort Boise and the city took its name after the fort. To read more about Boise’s 150 years, go to http://bit.ly/ZC3pUY.

The COP and CTS teams welcome the opportunity to provide title and escrow services for your next real estate transaction!

Phone: 208-378-1666

Fax: 208-493-2601

Email: cop@alliancetitle.com

Address:  9288 W Emerald, Ste. 102, Boise, ID  83704

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