Pioneer Title Agency In the News

November 4, 2014
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Andy Fox Elected Vice President of Land Title Association of Arizona

Andy FoxPioneer Title Agency, proudly been serving Coconino County since 1993 handling all types of real estate transactions, ranging from the smallest secondary loans to the transfer of large sophisticated commercial properties, is pleased to announce that Coconino and Yavapai County area manager Andy Fox has been elected vice president of the Land Title Association of Arizona (LTAA). The LTAA was founded in 1932, and is affiliated with the American Land Title Association. The objectives and purposes of the LTAA are to:

  • Promote sound and ethical business practices among members.
  • Provide for the collection, study and dissemination of information relating to problems of and improvements in land title evidence, escrow services and other related services.
  • Promote and encourage sound legislation affecting land titles, escrow and other related services
  • Recommend, prepare and encourage use of policy forms, endorsements and practices which will best serve the public interest.
  • Educate and inform the public of the integrity and stability of its members and the advantages and desirability of their services.

Fox has been a member of Pioneer since 2007 and has worked in the real estate industry for more than 35 years. He earned his degree from Brigham Young University.  In addition to his role with the LTAA, Fox is on the board for the Flagstaff Community Foundation and is a past board member of the Northern Arizona Building Association. Fox is a Flagstaff resident.

With seven offices throughout Flagstaff, Page, Sedona and Williams, Pioneer Title Agency is able to focus on ensuring the rights of one’s property are clear, and the transfer of title is completed in a timely fashion, with the upmost professionalism. A local, family-owned business recently honored with an Arizona Corporate Excellence Award for Community Impact, Pioneer has grown to more than 50 offices in more than 35 cities across Arizona by remaining focused on a “Commitment to Service” since its inception. In Coconino County, leaders and team members are involved with the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, Northern Arizona Association of Realtors, Sedona Verde Valley Association of Realtors, Northern Arizona Home Builders, just to name a few. Similarly committed to our community, Pioneer also has a statewide community relations program, Pioneer Title Agency in Action, which focuses on giving back both time and money to local causes across our state. Just some of the causes in Coconino County that Pioneer is proud to support include: Big Brothers Big Sisters, Soroptimist International of Flagstaff, Keep Sedona Beautiful, Northland Family Help Center, Hope Cottage, the Flagstaff Ski Team, Flagstaff Family Food Center, Flagstaff Community Foundation, the local Boy Scouts, Flagstaff Family YMCA, Literacy International, Hope’s Closet, Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona and more. For more information, please visit www.ptaaz.com.