MILWAUKEE -- The Knight Barry Title Group, a national leader in real estate title, has announced Dennis Schmidt is its branch manager of the Beaver Dam operation, servicing Dodge County.

Schmidt comes to Knight Barry Title with more than 25 years of title-related real estate experience and is a Wisconsin Land Title Association certified land title professional.

"We're thrilled to add Dennis Schmidt to our team as he brings an immense amount integrity, experience and innovation to our operation," Craig Haskins said. "I used to teach land title association classes with Dennis and he certainly has the knowledge and expertise to service any customer in Dodge County."

"I'm excited to join the Knight Barry Title team to best serve our customers in Dodge County," Schmidt said. "Working and living in the Beaver Dam area my entire life equips me with the experience and skills to solve any title related real estate issues for our realtors, lenders and homeowners."

Knight Barry Title operates 57 office locations in Wisconsin, Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

"Knight Barry Title is a company that prides itself on a commitment to integrity, experience and innovation," a media release stated. "Its more than 375 employees are all the experts a person needs to provide the fast and accurate residential and commercial title services for any land transaction. With unmatched knowledge in title insurance, title searches, tax-deferred exchanges, closing services and construction escrow, Knight Barry Title is ready for the next real estate deal."

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