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First American Title Insurance Login

Access First American Title Insurance online services by creating a “myFirstAm” account. Once your account has been registered, you will be able to view the status of escrow/title orders, view details/documents of orders (available only for residential users), request assistance from customer service, view estimations of closing/title fees, access detailed property information databases, and more. Follow the guides posted below to learn how to sign in to an existing account, enroll in online access, and what to do if you’ve forgotten your password.

How to Log In

Step 1 – Go to the First American homepage and then click the “Sign In/Order” link.

Note: myFirstAm can also be access by downloading the mobile app for your iOS/Android device (download links at the top of this page).


Step 2 – Enter your username/password into the login form and then press the sign-in button to access your account.


Forgot Password – Click the “Password” link on the login screen/form. Enter your username and then press submit. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password.


Enroll in Online Access

Step 1 – Click the “Sign Up” link on the myFirstAm login screen/page.


Step 2 – Select your business division from the drop-down list, enter your first name, last name, company, customer type, address, city, ZIP, state, county, business phone, email address, and the name of your sale’s representative. Agree to the user/license agreement and then click the “Register Now” button to complete the enrollment process.


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