Equity National Title Bolsters Exec Team

August 24, 2017

Equity National Title has named David Boyum as executive vice president and national sales manager. 

In this role, Boyum will be charged with expanding the firm’s national sales effort as well as servicing the firm’s existing client base. He brings over 16 years of experience in all facets of the real estate transaction to the company, most recently having been national commercial operations director with First American Title Insurance Company.  Over the course of his career, he has held roles with Stewart Title Insurance Company, Home Services of America - Berkshire Hathaway, Attorneys’ Fund LLC and the Law Offices of Gerald Shapiro.

“The fact that I’ve worked with clients on both the residential and commercial side in a wide range of roles doesn’t change the fact that my job, first and foremost, is to help guide them to success.  I’ve seen the transaction from almost every angle, which makes a difference when it comes to problem solving and collaborating with our customers. Most of all, I’m eagerly anticipating the team focus Equity National Title employs in the support of its clients, which makes this a tremendous opportunity for me and our future.”


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