Mason Title & Escrow Company is the business name for MTI Title Insurance Agency, Inc., a Florida domiciled title insurance agency headquartered in Wesley Chapel. Mason Title provides quality title insurance products and closing services to individual and institutional consumers through its growing network of offices.
We are proud to be part of the NETCO family of title industry companies. NETCO, a privately owned company founded in 1987, is one of the nation’s largest independent title insurance agencies. Besides Mason Title & Escrow, its primary components are:
- NETCO, a title agency serving lender/broker customers from a central platform operating in all 50 states, plus providing local service to realtors, builders and brokers through 16 branch offices in 5 western states and Georgia, Arkansas and Maryland.
- Notary Assurance, a full service national mobile notary company.
- MidPoint Title, a national title agency providing local title agents an outlet for their customers’ title & escrow needs in states or localities where those title agents are not licensed
- National Commercial Transactions, a platform to provide title/escrow services nationally to commercial clients.
Mason Title receives centralized support from NETCO for many of the back office processes of the Company, taking advantage of the economies of scale of a large national organization while providing personal customer service through its local neighborhood offices. Mason is truly a local company with a national reach.
For the protection of its customers, the Company underwrites title insurance through Alliant National Title Insurance Company and Stewart Title Guaranty Company. Stewart Title Guaranty is one of the nation’s largest title insurers, and Alliant National is a unique company owned by title agents.
Both Companies have been assigned Financial Stability Ratings by Demotech, Inc.
Stewart Title Guaranty Company’s Financial Stability Rating is: “A” Unsurpassed
Alliant National Title Insurance Company’s Financial Stability Rating is: “A” Exceptional