Meet Our Twin Falls, ID Branch

Where does magic and adventure collide, you ask?

Look no further than Twin Falls, Idaho.

Located in the Magic Valley region, Twin Falls is the largest city in a 100 mile radius. The Snake River Canyon forms part of the boundary between Twin Falls County and Jerome County – it is here where Daredevil, Evel Knievel, attempted to jump the canyon in 1974 on a steam-powered rocket.

Also named “Niagara of the West”, Twin Falls has over 1,650 acres of parks and open spaces that include parks, urban wilderness space, trails, playgrounds, ball-fields, swimming pools, and splash pads. At 212 feet tall, Shoshone Falls is higher than Niagara Falls and a wonderful place to enjoy paddle boarding or picnicking.

Only a mere 13 minute drive from Shoshone Falls Park, you’ll find our quaint Twin Falls Branch. Our 9-person team has a combined work experience of 146 years! Our Twin Falls office has expert knowledge of the Magic Valley Region and creates long-lasting relationships built within the community of Twin Falls.

The Twin Falls team volunteers for Relay for Life, Make-A-Wish, and Alliance Title’s annual ‘Closing the Hunger Gap’ food drive campaign.

Having recently received the Silver 2019 Readers’ Choice Award presented by the Times-News for Best Title Company, the Twin Falls office is ecstatic to work on your transactions.

When asked what they love about their customers, Vice President and General Manager, Carlos Perez, states, “The Twin Falls branch has a true passion for delivering the best customer service to our clients. My team takes pride in always creating positive dialogue with customers – to help establish loyalty and great reputation. Our staff loves putting our clients first.”

Whether you’re buying or selling commercial or residential property in Twin Falls County, the professionals at Alliance Title’s Twin Falls location are delighted to help make your next transaction a success!

Alliance Title Twin Falls Branch
1411 Falls Ave. E, Ste.1315, 83301
208.733.8014

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