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About Sovereign State Title Company

Our team works every day to earn your trust.

Although we sell title insurance, our primary product is peace of mind and we deliver that through accurate title examination, mindful communication, and a comprehensive post-closing process.

We look forward to adding value to your transactions.
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Covering Wyoming

By leveraging technology to allow for remote closings and real estate record retrieval, we have increased operational efficiency by avoiding a physical presence in each of Wyoming’s counties.

Our headquarters in Sheridan, Wyoming handles orders in all 23 counties. This efficiency has yielded a nimble title company that is able to insure property throughout Wyoming with less expense and a greater focus on the customer experience.

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Nearly every aspect of the closing experience has been recreated in our digital platform. Our professional colleagues at national lending institutions and local real estate sales teams are able to open an order with a single click.

Each buyer, seller, lender, or realtor may track the status of the process in real time through the day of closing.

Sovereign State Title Company was created to usher in a new era of title examination, settlement services, and customer-focused digital closing experiences in Wyoming.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What counties in Wyoming does Sovereign State Title Service?

A: We service all counties in Wyoming, including Albany, Big Horn, Campbell, Carbon, Converse, Crook, Fremont, Goshen, Hot Springs, Johnson, Laramie, Lincoln, Natrona, Niobrara, Park, Platte, Sheridan, Sublette, Sweetwater, Teton, Uinta, Washakie, and Weston counties.

Q: Do you handle all property types?

A: Yes. We offer title insurance and escrow services for all kinds of properties, including single-family homes, condominiums, farms, ranches, and commercial properties.

Q: Where are you located?

A: Our home office is in Sheridan, Wyoming

Q: Do you have other office locations?

A: Our digital closing experience lets us serve you no matter where you are. Whether you are in Cheyenne, Casper, Sheridan, Laramie, Jackson Hole, Cody, Gillette, or any of the places in between - we can handle your closing.

Q: What is a digital closing?

A: We use technology from our partners at Qualia to handle the delivery and signatures of all the documents you need to close your property. If we need physical signatures, we deliver all the paperwork to you directly and provide return postage.

Q: How much do title and escrow services cost?

A: Each situation is different, so start a quote today. Our innovative process makes closing faster and easier, so we’re able to offer some of the best values you’ll find in Wyoming or anywhere else!

Q. Do you only work with lenders in Wyoming?

A: We work with lenders from all over the United States.

Q: What are your COVID-19 precautions?

A: Our closing experience is fully remote to limit physical contact where necessary. Our office is cleaned and sanitized regularly.

Q: What is Title Insurance?

A: Title insurance protects your ownership rights to a property. When you purchase a property, historical records are reviewed in advance to ensure there are no problems with the property title, such as delinquent taxes, liens, or other legal issues associated with the property title. Title insurance is written to protect you and your heirs financially from any problems that may arise.

Q: Do I really need Title Insurance?

A: Yes. Property is a significant investment you need to protect. Title Insurance is protection against any unforeseen or unexpected issues that might arise with your property title. In most cases, your lender requires title insurance to approve your loan. Title insurance exists to protect both the buyer and the lender from financial harm.

Q: What is escrow?

A: Escrow refers to a third party that holds money for one party and agrees to distribute it to another party. The escrow company keeps the money until both parties fulfill their obligations to the other.