OLD PALM TITLE
A Bit About Us
We are proud of our excellent customer service, offering the highest level of communication and timely preparation for all our closings.
Old Palm Title's leadership team can pre-examine your title work and alert you of any potential problems, order payoffs, estoppels, and other information to assist with a smooth closing.
We are an attorney owned and operated title agency that has over 40 combined years of real estate experience in South Florida.
Whether you are selling, purchasing, or refinancing on residential or commercial properties - WE CAN HELP!
Let our knowledge and experience work for you.
We have an in-house real estate attorney that is experienced and knowledgeable.
We can help in every step of the closing process so that the transaction goes smoothly from beginning to end.
We schedule closings at locations that are convenient for you and your client and last minute closings are welcome!
Make Title Insurance One Less Thing You Need to Worry About.
Thomas U. Graner, Esq.
Thomas U. Graner, Esq. graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in finance and graduated with honors from Florida State University, College of Law. He has been successfully practicing law in Boca Raton, Florida for 24 years. He was the title agent for Tarragon South Development Corp. which developed River House community in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and The Yacht Club on the Intracoastal in Hypoluxo, Florida, totaling over 2,000 units. Thomas has several real estate brokerages as long time clients to his law firm, as well as repeat clients with Old Palm Title. Thomas has relationships with Citibank, Marquis Bank, Wells Fargo, and Florida Community Bank, to name a few.
Old Palm Title routinely closes residential and commercial real estate transactions in excess of $1 million and recently closed three residential transactions in excess of $12 million, $15 million commercial refinance of a Bradenton, Florida; and assisted with the sale and purchase of a long-time family owned business in Pompano Beach, which included a $4 million industrial property.