It is an unprecedented time and we are all working round the clock as we navigate new ways of doing business during the COVID-19 outbreak. Operating under a pandemic presents a new set of challenges for healthcare providers, the business community and the public. At Landmark Title, we believe it is our responsibility to do what we can to protect our employees and our clients, and to keep business moving forward.
As a part of this effort, Landmark Title’s offices remain open and we are continuing to provide our title and escrow services and insuring the timely close of your real estate transactions. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 updates and guidelines provided by the CDC and WHO, and making the necessary changes to protect the safety and well-being of our employees and clients.
We are also monitoring the Maricopa County Recorder announcements and incorporating available options during this public health emergency. As a privately owned title agency that works with leading national underwriters, we have the ability to handle all of your commercial and residential transactions, and the flexibility to adjust and make changes quickly.
New protocols for doing business
Here are the changes we’ve made over the past few weeks for your protection and the protection of others in our community:
- Offices are open and accessible to clients and vendors by appointment; only those involved in a transaction may attend signings
- We are utilizing Remote Online Notarization and adding access to an APP for earnest money deposits
- Documents are emailed ahead of time for review so clients can formulate questions and ask them prior to signing
- Many of our employees are working remotely and we are practicing social distancing within our offices
- Office surfaces and doors are being sanitized every half-hour and before or after visitors and there is no sharing of pens
- Hand sanitizer is available in offices and meeting rooms for employees and clients to use
- Employees and clients are asked to stay home if they are feeling ill or had exposure to the virus
Our top priority is the safety and health of our community. As we face this challenge together, we are committed to doing everything we can to flatten the curve and keep our economy moving forward. Please contact us with any questions or should you need any assistance.
For more information and updates about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Arizona visit the Arizona Department of Health Services website.