Stewart leads industry in automation
In 1965, Stewart
established an affiliation with its first computerized title plant operation in Los Angeles, California.
In 1970, Stewart Information Service Corporation
was formed to promote the company into the broader arena of real estate information.
Investment, growth and development
In 1975, Carloss and Stewart Morris
, the sons of W.C.
, acquired management control of the company.
With the infusion of $2.4 million in 1977, the company invested in the development of computer-based services, mapping operations and real estate data.
A new corporate office was built in Houston to house this dynamic expansion.
The current decade
began the 1990s with 2,700 issuing offices in all 50 states.
International expansion prompted the formation of Stewart Information International
In 1994, Stewart Information Services
was listed on the New York Stock Exchange
Today with over 3,700 offices, Stewart
is an expanding global company delivering state of-the-art real estate information services and software to its clients.
Stewart Morris Jr., president and co-chief executive officer of Stewart Information Services Corp., and president and chief executive officer of Stewart Title Company.