Millennial Title Joins FBBA, Chip Ridge Joins Real Estate Committee

Millennial Title came to Tampa in 2015, and has experienced incredible growth since then. Chip Ridge, President of Millennial Title, has a keen interest in not only Florida, but blockchain technology, the tech behind most cryptocurrency.

Chip has over 20 years experience in the title industry and opened his first title company in 2002.  After building his company into a success, he sold to a regional bank in 2007.  In 2015, he opened Millennial Title in Tampa, Florida and has since grown to seven locations with licenses in 23 states. In 2021, Millennial Title launched Encrypted Estates, a cryptocurrency enabled real estate settlement service to reduce friction, lower costs, and increase security in the settlement process. 

Chip is a graduate of Washington & Lee and received his MBA from the Owen School at Vanderbilt University.  He is married to Carrie and they have four children. Outside of work, his hobbies include golf and horse racing when not watching kids’ sports.

Millennial Title’s states that protecting property owners from coast to coast is their number one priority. That’s why realtors, lenders, homeowners, and investors choose Millennial Title to close their property transaction. To ensure a successful closing, their team thoroughly communicates with all parties involved so there are no surprises at closing. They are experts at providing prompt, courteous, and professional real estate title and closing services throughout the United States. More importantly, they care about each and every client and strive to make the process as easy as possible for everyone.

Millennial Title has grown from the first office opening in Tampa in 2015 to seven locations today, licensed in 20 states and with the ability to coordinate closings in all 50 states. Their success is due to their committed team members and loyal clients. Let Millennial Title show you how easy, flexible, and accurate a closing can be!

To learn more about Chip Ridge and Millennial Title, go Here.

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