"Experienced. Reliable. Authentic."

Your Preferred Choice For Title Companies on the Emerald Coast

About Us

Since 1983, Emerald Coast Title Services has been the trusted authority on real estate closings and title services in Florida. We are a full-service firm that specializes in commercial, residential and condominium real estate closings, as well as acreage transactions.

Staff Profiles

Our clients and partners are our first priority. The knowledgeable team of licensed attorneys, title agents and examiners have access to the latest technology to ensure your contract closing experience is both time effective and hassle free.  Further, our ALTA certification shows that we maintain the highest level of Best Practices for your closing.



Personalized Real Estate Closing Services
…One Transaction At A Time


With two locations in Northwest Florida, Emerald Coast Title Services has specialized in commercial, residential and condominium real estate closings, as well as acreage transactions since 1983. Our sister corporation, Emerald Coast Exchange Services, is a qualified intermediary for 1031 exchange transactions and has had a national presence in the 1031 exchange field for over twenty years.


The experienced team of professionals at Emerald Cost Title Services are available to assist you in many ways.

From our closing cost calculator to our years of experience as closing and title professionals, we strive to make your life stress free and your closing process easy and seamless. Our closing process is professional and courteous having dealt with many troublesome matters well in advance so the buyer and seller have enjoyed a positive experience at final settlement.


It has come to our attention that many people are receiving fraudulent checks which appear to be drawn on one of our accounts. Emerald Coast Title Services is a real estate title company specializing in closing real estate in Florida. If you have received a check and were not involved in a closing at one of our offices, the check is FRAUDULENT and you should report receiving it to your local law enforcement authorities.