Local title company head to lead state association
AVON — Robert Howe, president of Title Company of the Rockies, has been elected as the President of the Land Title Association of Colorado by the Association’s membership during its 95th annual convention and meeting held recently in Vail.
The Land Title Association of Colorado is a non-profit trade organization designed to promote and advance title insurance issues in Colorado. Its members come together to protect Colorado consumers in their real estate transactions. The organization also provides education to its members, direct outreach to consumers and insight to legislators and regulators about the Colorado title insurance industry.
Keeping Industry Gears Churning
“I am honored to be a title insurance professional representing Land Title Association of Colorado members across the entire state of Colorado,” Howe said. “Our services and products bring value to real estate transactions by protecting the dream of home ownership and helping Americans create wealth. Our work drives both the national and Colorado economies. I believe title companies are the engine oil that keeps the gears of the Colorado real estate industry churning.”
Howe has worked for Title Company of the Rockies for 14 years, after a career in managing distressed real estate assets nationally, being a partner in a law practice and launching his first title agency, all in Minnesota. Based in Avon, Title Company of the Rockies has nine branch offices located throughout the mountain resort region. Title Company of the Rockies is the mountain division of the ET Investments, LLC family of title agencies which is headquartered in Aurora.