Welcome to Chapin Title Company
Choosing your title company just got easier!

For many people, the dream of home ownership is truly The American Dream.  At Chapin Title Company, we're committed to protecting that dream.     

Successfully closing a real estate transaction in today's economic environment has never been more challenging.  Whether you are a buyer, seller, or real estate agent, you want to be certain the title company you choose is up to the challenge.  At Chapin Title Company, we understand the critical issues and have the experience, knowledge and strength to get the job done accurately and efficiently.

CHAPIN TITLE has been in business since 1872, with a title plant dating back to sovereignty!  We are proud to be Sherman's oldest continuously operated business providing over 140 years of experience and quality service to Grayson County residents.

A home represents the largest investment most of us will ever make, so why take a chance?  CHAPIN TITLE is the only title company in Grayson County who offers the strength and financial security of five of the nation's largest and strongest title insurance underwriters.  So, remember, when selecting a title company, THE CHOICE IS YOURS!   You deserve nothing less than the proven capabilities of a reputable company with a long and successful industry track record.  CALL ON CHAPIN TITLE TO CLOSE YOUR NEXT REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION! 

AT CHAPIN TITLE - YOU'RE NOT JUST ANOTHER CUSTOMER, WE'RE NOT JUST ANOTHER TITLE COMPANY.

Latest News
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 3:55pm
Getting a Mortgage is About to Get Easier Yahoo! Finance | December 2, 2014 New guidelines go into effect today aimed at making mortgage lending easier. The new standards stem from an agreement in October put in place to clarify when banks would be penalized for making mistakes on mortgages they...
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 3:47pm
Will Rising Interest Rates Choke Off Housing Recovery? HousingWire | December 1, 2014 Despite expected rises in interest rates and home prices over the next two years, housing will be affordable and, if Capital Economics is right, a little undervalued.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 2:12pm
Economists: Home Market Gains in 2014 Hinge on Job Growth The Wall Street Journal | February 4, 2014 Economists speaking at the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, which is expected to draw 80,000 attendees this week, predicted a 20% increase in home construction this year and an even...