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BROKERS TITLE OF TAMPA, LLC Gives Peace of Mind

People may not understand what Brokers Title of Tampa does or realize its importance—until they get a claim of lien or judgment against their property. Brokers Title of Tampa works diligently to ensure the homeowner’s property is free and clear, reducing the worry that can come with buying or selling real estate. Brokers Title issues a title insurance policy that insures homeowners the entire time they own their property. Buying or selling real estate can be stressful; therefore, it is vital to have a company like Brokers Title of Tampa overseeing the process and looking out for the consumer. Brokers Title of Tampa can do this successfully and efficiently because they are a third-party, independent, full-service brokerage that handles commercial, residential, short sale, refinancing, mobile homes and land sales. They make sure everyone involved in the process—realtor, lender, seller, buyer—does their job correctly or provides the necessary information required, with the consumer’s best interests at heart. Chase Crawford, of Plant City, is the new manager and closer in the Brokers Title of Tampa Plant City office. Debbi Williams, also of Plant City, is lead processor and assistant manager. Crawford’s mother, Tracey Spanola, former Brokers Title of Tampa Plant City manager, is now in charge of the Tampa office. Crawford grew up in Plant City and graduated from Plant City High School. He returned to his roots in 2014, after deploying twice to Afghanistan with the U.S. Air Force and serving on a Military Funeral Honors detail. (These teams perform solemn ceremonies with “Taps” and the presentation of the American flag for deceased active-duty military, retirees, veterans and lostin-combat troops). After he was out of active duty, in 2014, he looked for a job geared to his unique talents and experience. He was accepted by the police force but decided that, for the sake of his wife, Madison Crawford, and their daughters, he would pursue something less dangerous. Spanola suggested he try working for her. “I started as receptionist and hated it at first,” he said. “I didn’t like it, didn’t want to do it, there was nothing fun about it. She made me start at the bottom. I felt I was higher than that—a little arrogant. I worked up to becoming a junior processor, then a lead processor, which I did for two years. Then I started studying for my license to be a title agent and took and passed the test.” PAGE

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FOCUS Plant City 18-08  

FOCUS Magazine Plant City Edition Issue 18-08 August 2019

FOCUS Plant City 18-08  

FOCUS Magazine Plant City Edition Issue 18-08 August 2019

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