The Continental Quarterly – Volume 6

        We are honored to have our Title Department Manager Tina Costello’s article titled “What to Expect When You’re Doing Business in an Abstract State” featured in the Fall 2015 edition of REOMAC Update. Click here to read the full article. CRES takes pride in being available for all of your real estate needs throughout the year. […]

The Continental Quarterly – Volume 5

This summer was a remarkably wet one in the Midwest, with strong storms and record breaking rainfall documented across the nation. Illinois had the most June rainfall on record since 1895. Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Missouri all had their second wettest June and July in 120 years. Many of our CRES employees experienced storm damage […]

Cres Featured in the Five Star Coalition Connection

This summer we had the pleasure of writing a feature story for the Five Star Title & Closing Coalition newsletter. In the article CRES Business Development Manager Katie Van Hook highlights  “Two Weird Ways to Derail a Closing.” To read the article click here. CRES was mentioned on pages 2, 3 and 6.  We have […]

CRES CARES About Education

  At CRES, we understand the importance of a quality education. Not every family can provide the necessary supplies for their child. By donating just $25 you can buy one student a supply kit or you can buy an entire classroom supplies for $500! We have a CRES TEAM and our goal is to raise […]

The Continental Quarterly – Volume 4

  Biggest Loser WINNER! On March 31st, CRES finished its third installment of The Biggest Loser Weight Loss Competition.  19 motivated employees took part, with the winner, Avianne Clay, taking home the grand prize of $300.  Avianne dropped an incredible 31 pounds over the course of twelve weeks.  We were so inspired by everyone’s efforts earlier this year that […]

CRES CARES – Walk to End Lupus

CRES team member Mary Kay Rapa and her daughter Jessica Rapa (both suffer from Lupus) participated in the Walk to End Lupus Now on May 2nd. Together they raised $300 in donations.