Yavapai Title Agency, Yavapai County’s hometown title agency and real estate resource since 1963, is pleased to announce that vice president Danny Sullivan and vice president/chief title officer Brenda Martinez were both awarded the Arizona Land Title Professional (ALTP) designation by the Land Title Association of Arizona (LTAA) during the Annual State Convention, which was held in Tucson in September.
This is LTAA’s first class of designees, and only 20 total individuals across Arizona were awarded the designation. They were selected by the ALTP designation committee based on meeting the following qualifications:
“We both are very proud and honored to represent our industry with the ALTP designation,” said Sullivan. “This only goes to show that our representatives at Yavapai Title are among the best of the best.”
Sullivan is a past-president of the Land Title Association of Arizona, and Martinez has been a valued member of the Yavapai Title family for nearly 40 years. Additionally, Martinez serves on the board of the Central Arizona Partnership. Sullivan is on the board of the Greater Prescott Regional Economic Partnership. Together, Sullivan and Martinez have a combined total of more than 75 years of experience in the industry.
About Yavapai Title Agency
Since 1963, Yavapai Title Agency has been Yavapai County’s hometown title agency and real estate resource. Each of its eight busy offices across Yavapai County in Camp Verde, Chino Valley, Cottonwood, Prescott, Prescott Valley and Sedona are wholly focused on the company’s overarching mission to be “where excellence is tradition” and are preferred agents for Old Republic National Title Company, Title Resource Guarantee and First American Title Insurance Company. Active in the civic and business community, Yavapai Title Agency are proud members of local chambers of commerce, Arizona Land Title Association, Women’s Council of REALTORs and many more. Similarly dedicated to giving back, through its Yavapai Title Home is Where the Heart is community outreach program, the organization empowers all of its team members in offices across the county to roll up their sleeves, join together and affect positive change in its own backyard. For more information, please visit www.YavapaiTitle.com.