Mile High Title Research was proud to have sponsored the betting hole in the golf tournament at this years Land Title Association of Colorado conference in beautiful Vail, Colorado today!
With increases regulatory and market demands thinning profit margins, title agents may need to evaluate outsourcing options “Many agents who once might have refused to even entertain the notion of outsourcing searches are now realizing that it may become an
Taking a “shortcut” from Gilpin County to Clear Creek County, one might find themselves driving on the local favorite, Oh My God Road. Don’t take this road if you’re afraid of heights or have a bladder problem. The picture above
One misconception of Denver is that it snows here all the time. With over 1,000 peaks in the state that are over 2 miles above sea level, we certainly do get some snow here (though mostly in the mountains). What
Denver’s elevation is 5,280 feet and is known as the “Mile High City” because it sits exactly 1 mile above sea level.
There are larger rivers in other states, but the headwater on 20 rivers begins in Colorado. The Continental Divide directs each river’s course. Some of our largest ones include, but limited to, the Rio Grande, the Colorado, and the Arkansas
Colorado entered the union as the 38th state on 8/1/1876 and therefore how we obtained our nickname: “the centennial state”.
As much as we run books at all these counties, sometimes we still learn new things while we are there. As you can (mostly) see in this picture, taken in Huerfano County, these books have their own section for “The”.
On the Western slope of the Rocky Mountains is Grand Junction in Mesa County. Similar to (and about 2 hours from) Moab, Utah, this place is a dirt bike (mountain bike, 4×4, ATV) haven. This is a picture taken in
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