July 29, 2016 12:38 AM ET


Company Overview of First American Title Insurance Company (US)

Company Overview

First American Title Insurance Company (US) provides business information and related products and services. It offers residential and commercial title insurance services, such as the eagle protection owner's policy that provides title coverage for owners of one-family to four-family residences, including condominiums; the eagle protection loan policy for title insurers; tax-deferred exchange services; and mortgage services to address the title, settlement, and valuation needs of residential originators. The company serves agents/attorneys, home buyers/sellers, mortgage lenders, and realtors/brokers. First American Title Insurance Company (US) was founded in 1889 and is based in Santa Ana, C...

1 First American Way

Santa Ana, CA 92707

United States

Founded in 1889





Key Executives for First American Title Insurance Company (US)

Vice Chairman and President
Age: 61
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Chief Operating Officer of First American National Default Title Services division
Chief Executive Officer of First American Financial Corporation
Age: 57
Senior Vice President, President of New York Division and Managing Director of New York Division
Age: 61
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

First American Title Insurance Company (US) Key Developments

First American Title Insurance Company Announces Launch of First American Ownership Information Center

First American Title Insurance Company announced the launch of the First American Ownership Information Center, a new online information resource designed to help homebuyers and sellers understand the settlement process and the importance of title insurance. The website offers helpful videos, simple-to-understand infographics and other engaging educational tools under topical sections, that include 'Buying a Home,' 'What is Escrow' and 'What is Title Insurance.' The First American Ownership Information Center also features new videos explaining the Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure – the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) forms that will be used in mortgage transactions nationwide beginning with loan applications received on October 3. A key focus during the development of the First American Ownership Information Center was to create educational videos and infographics that are easy to understand, easy to share, and can be viewed or read quickly from a desktop, tablet or mobile device.

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