Charter Title Company

Address

9595 Six Pines Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77380
(281) 296-9100

Hours

MON-FRI: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
SAT-SUN: CLOSED


Charter Title Company, founded in 1982, has been serving the greater Houston area and Texas for nearly 30 years. We take great pride in knowing that our management has guided us through some of the best and most difficult times in Houston’s economy.

Charter Title provides title insurance, escrow/closing services and related real estate services to residential and commercial real estate professionals. With over 100 employees in 11 locations, Charter Title handles transactions in Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, surrounding counties and throughout Texas. We maintain the ability to manage national and global transactions through our various underwriters.

Charter Title and its affiliates are a subsidiary of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, whose parent is Fidelity National Financial. We represent the Fidelity family of underwriters, which include: Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Chicago Title Insurance Company, Ticor Title Insurance, Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company and Alamo Title Insurance. Charter also represents First American Title Insurance Company.


What's Happening

Mar.
3

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The Woodlands Car Club Cars & Coffee For A Cause

Market Street - The Woodlands

March 3, 2019
8:00 AM-11:00 AM

Cars & Coffee presents Velotica - Exotics on Market Street! The Woodlands Car Club is and has been a big proponent in raising awareness and funds for local non-profit organizations in Montgomery County since 2001. Come out and “show off” or admire and support Change for Charity program!

If you’d like more information regarding the event, the charities, or the club, please contact Dana Pritchard via:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/thewoodlandscarclub
E-mail: info@woodlandsperformance.com
Phone: (281) 363-2977

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Feb
19

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Market Street Rodeo Round Up

February 19, 2019

  1.  This year’s event is said to be a star-studded event. Get mistaken for a celeb with a denim and studded
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