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Key Title Company is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

It began as an escrow only company in 1965. In 1976 the State of Oregon licensed the Salem-based company to issue title insurance.

Through the years, the company has expanded to provide its customers with a wide geographical coverage, officials said.

Today, Key Title claims it is Oregons largest independently owned and operated title insurance company serving 15 counties with 33 offices.

Key Titles services include title insurance and related closing services, collection escrow, 1031 tax-deferred exchange facilitation and builder services.

While keeping people first, Key Title is using advanced technology to provide customers throughout Oregon with faster and more efficient service, officials said.

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