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Monroe Title Insurance Corp.

The Company was founded in 1922 as Monroe Abstract Corporation. The company was one of the few of its kind to survive the great depression. By the mid 30s, Monroe had expanded from Rochester to Buffalo and Syracuse, becoming a full title insurance company in 1939. In the same year, the company's name was changed to Monroe Abstract and Title Corporation.
They changed their name to Monroe Title Insurance Corporation, still offering one of the most comprehensive abstract and title service product lines available. In 1993, they opened an office in Auburn and moved into larger quarters in Ithaca, Canandaigua and Saratoga to better serve their growing customer base. At present, twenty four Monroe offices serve individuals, businesses, attorneys, developers, lenders and realtors in forty eight counties of the Empire State.
The Company is a full service title insurance company. They protect and insure your ownership and security interests in real estate, while offering a level of personal service and responsiveness that is second to none. Their business is conducted primarily through direct write offices, where their homegrown staff of vastly trained professionals maintains local underwriting authority and control. As these offices are an integral part of the Monroe network, you are assured of consistent quality no matter where you do business.
The Company strongly believes that quality is doing the job right. Monroe's goal is to constantly improve product quality and operational efficiency so you get better products in a timely manner. Especially, they realize there is no substitute for hard work, dedication and commitment to customer service.

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