Even though I have only been in the title and escrow industry for three years, I have officially become addicted to the fast past craziness of our office environment. I enjoy serving and interacting with the clients of Wyoming Title & Escrow. We network with so many different parties within the real estate transaction that it truly immerses me into the community of the industry, an attribute of the job I have come to admire. Though my three small children at home keep me super busy, I do enjoy the fresh mountain air while hiking and boating on Palisades Reservoir. It is remarkable livin
Searching public records has been my main trade, and business passion, for decades. I learned the ins and outs of Teton County land records while managing the Title Department of First American Title for over 20 years. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Biology from Boston College and a JD from the Massachusetts School of Law, with a concentration in real property law. I’m thrilled to be able to bring my experience to WTE, the community leader in our industry. The culture at WTE, which first attracted me, is one of putting clients first and providing the highest professional, accurate a
Martha Gray McKinney is the personification of southern charm. If the double first name doesn’t tip you off, then the politeness, kindness, and helpfulness she exudes upon your first meeting hint at the southern hospitality that will define your closing experience with “MG.”
Growing up on her family’s five-star guest ranch located within Grand Teton National Park, Nicole is as local as you can get. Rubbing elbows with visiting CEOs and Fortune 500 company owners from an early age, customer service comes as easily to Nicole as turning and burning on her barrel horse.
Who knew I was a history buff? It turns out I am, at least when it comes to my home town of Jackson, Wyoming.
I made my foray into the title insurance world in 2018, and that sparked a latent interest in the history of this special valley. I have learned that every property has a hidden story to tell, and we uncover that tale by researching the chain of title. The best part is watching new chapters unfold as we help new homeowners continue that chain forward. Call me a nerd, but I think that's pretty cool!
You know the saying, “everyone knows your name” from the old sitcom, Cheers? Well that paints a perfect picture of being the only male escrow officer in Teton County. Everyone in the industry knows Jeremy. Originally from New Hampshire, just a stone’s throw away from Norm’s old TV series stage, Jeremy brings a wealth of knowledge to the team at WTE. He spent nearly 21 years leading the escrow operations of the local First American branch and has settled in with the crew at WTE just as if he’s been here for a decade.