Sherri Landauer and Rick Cantore came together in 1994 to form Lakeside Title Company. Over the years, the company has expanded significantly. What started off as a one location business with less than five employees is now a company with 14 locations conveniently located across Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Serving all of MD, DC, Northern Virginia and Southern PA. Lakeside does over 4,000 settlements per year.
Lakeside has always strived to be ahead of the technology curve and in 2009 invested in technology well ahead of their competitors. Now, in 2016, they remain true to their reputation of being a technology savvy business. They were one of the first title offices in Maryland to go paperless and protect client information with state of the art firewalls, encryption, and off-site backups. Your information is safe with Lakeside.
In 2012, Rick Cantore changed careers and Yvonne Deardorff became Sherri’s partner. Lakeside Title Company is proud to boast that is now wholly woman owned. Lakeside employs seven attorneys and cuts no corners in the area of title review. While other companies are outsourcing to save money, we are investing in the best local people to help protect our customers. We have top-notch, knowledgeable people available to talk with clients and the best technology to assist them. Lakeside is friendly, flexible, fast, and accurate. We are here to make transactions as seamless as possible. When a problem does arise, we have the legal talent to help the parties through any issue.
Lakeside Title Company License No. 106064
National Producer Number 6826311
Who We Serve
More than a title provider, we are your partner.
Lakeside Title Company recognizes the value of providing the tools realtors, lenders, buyers, sellers and builders need to make transactions run smoothly. We pride ourselves on protecting our clients every step of the way and delivering a great experience for you and your client. Lakeside Title Company is more than a title provider, we are a true partner.
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