What’s In a Name?
Our unique name can be attributed to Katie, the daughter of Golden Dog Title & Trust President, Tom Ralabate, Esq. This conversation began when dad was explaining to his young daughter his role in helping others buy and protect their new home. Katie’s suggestion for this special name was inspired by her recommendation that each new home come with a brand-new dog, a real dog! Her explanation was, there are enough dogs around for every new home to get a new dog. Katie really thought every home needed a loyal canine companion, so she suggested this unique name for the company.
While dad was amused by her enthusiasm, he realized that his little girl’s idea stood for and incorporated the core values of this newly formed company: companionship, excellence, philanthropy, professionalism, and service and support for those moving into our communities.
Fast forward several years and Katie still loves dogs. Our customers and staff have embraced our unique and inviting name. We still get a few questions when meeting someone new, but almost everyone can connect with the idea of Golden Dog being their best friend when it comes to their real estate closing. We have also used our name in our good deeds, supporting many causes with local humane shelters and other pet-centered charities.
It’s been a great journey for the Golden Dog team. Now, we have four offices across Florida, two in Colorado, and one in South Carolina, and we don’t think we are done expanding just yet. We continue our growth in specific markets based on our important relationships; and we are always listening to our clients as they discuss their needs. After all, we take pride in being your title companion, whenever and wherever you need us. The entire Golden Dog Title & Trust team is loyal and ready to work with old friends and new customers alike!
No matter what Golden Dog Office you find yourself in, you will have an entire group of great people ready to be your closing companion. We are experienced, knowledgeable and ready for your transaction at the closing table.