TITLE CLAIMS

You'll never have to go through a title claim alone.

Our team of experienced professionals will help you along every step of the way. We will do all we can to help you ahead of closing to mitigate risk and keep claims rates to a minimum, yet we recognize the business is not entirely without risk and title claims sometimes do happen.

Crime Watch Program

Prevent a fraudulent transaction from closing and become eligible for our $1,000 Crime Watch Award

How to Protect Yourself

Keep up with the latest scams and their defenses, so you can recognize red flags that expose your business to added risk

About Us

We have a staff of nearly 90 dedicated professionals now, with diverse skill sets and backgrounds, who share a desire to help people and their businesses thrive.

Our Company

Our Mission

We empower people by protecting property owners with the finest title insurance.
We empower people by helping independent agents thrive.
We empower people by inspiring our people to explore, enhance and innovate.

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For more information about Alliant National or to get in touch with one of our representatives, please drop us a line.

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Your Advantage: Meet the Crew Behind Our National Operations Center
    Alliant National’s NOC is the “nerve center” of everything agent-related across the company. When trying to sum up the National Operations Center (NOC), Debra Coffie, SVP, Florida Regional Manager at Alliant National and National Operations Manager, perhaps said it best: “It is the hub for all information for Alliant National agents throughout the entire country.” […]

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  • SecureMyTransaction from Alliant National is reshaping fraud prevention in real estate. Listen in as Alliant National Risk Management and Data Privacy Officer Tom Weyant, and Jerome Magana with Select Specialty Insurance, discuss how cutting-edge technologies and business insurance coverages work together to help you safeguard transactions, protect clients, and preserve your business. VP, Risk Management […]

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  • A Contract for Deed: Who else may have an interest in the property?
    A contract for deed agreement is nothing new. These agreements are between a current owner of the property (the “legal titleholder”) and a person who is interested in purchasing the property from the owner (the “equitable interest holder”) but may not be eligible for traditional financing (or for other reasons), and the owner agrees to […]

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  • Lone Star Title Company Of El Paso: Ever Vigilant In The Fight Against Fraud
    With fraud rising across the title industry, it’s important to watch for both red and pink flags. While working on a recent vacant lot transaction, Tirey Smith and Joe Fernandez of Lone Star Title Company of El Paso came to a similar conclusion about the property’s seller: something was up. Sure enough, their intuition soon […]

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  • Disaster Recovery: Preparing For The Unexpected
    How will your IT stack fare if disaster strikes? It will come as no surprise when I say that we live in an increasingly perilous world. Fraud, cybercrime and natural disasters are all on the rise, and businesses must use all available means to safeguard IT infrastructure and data. Yet merely running data backups is […]

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