Community Spotlight – Burns, OR

Posted on | January 10, 2018

Also known as the Gateway to the Steens Mountains, the Central Oregon town of Burns has an interesting history and close knit sense of community. Home to natural wonders such as the Crystal Crane Hot Springs and near the scenic Alvord Desert and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, new adventures are always accessible and easy to come by.

According to some archaeologists, it’s possible that Burns and the surrounding area was inhabited by humans almost 10,000 years ago. Another fun fact is the town was named after Scottish poet Robert Burns after another early settler, George McGowan, passed on his chance to name it.

Since the AmeriTitle Burns office is only an office of two, it allows the team to serve the people and great real estate agents on a more personal level. Escrow Assistant Amie Breshears says the thing that she loves the most about being part of a small and neighborly community is meeting and getting to know all the people.

In addition to the numerous outdoor benefits, Central Oregon’s fertile agricultural surroundings provide delicious bounties to the local farmers markets, restaurants and artisan producers. Burns residents and guests alike are also brought together year round by events such as the John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival and Art Show as well as the Country Music Jamboree.

We are proud to serve the title and escrow needs of Burns and surrounding Harney County. If you’re planning to buy or sell property in the area, please ask your real estate professional to choose AmeriTitle.

AmeriTitle Burns Branch
111 W Washington St.
Burns, OR 97720
541.573.2039

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