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Nicholas M. Ihnatolya


Nick M. Ihnatolya, began his career as a law clerk with SMPR Title Agency, Inc., (“SMPR Title”) in 2004 and became an associate attorney at SMPR Title in 2006. In 2015 Nick became a Partner with SMPR Title.  His legal expertise is in commercial and residential real estate transactions, corporate formation, title insurance, and 1031 Exchanges, including deferred, reverse and construction exchanges.


Nick has been a lifelong resident of the Capital Region, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002 from Siena College – Magna Cum Laude and graduating from Albany Law School in 2005. He has been admitted to practice law in New York State and Florida in 2006.


As well as his legal expertise, Nick also brings with him a passion for giving back to the community. Nick has led seminars on the basics of real estate transactions through the Albany and Saratoga County Bar Associations and the basics of title insurance through Lorman Education Services. He has also established a seminar series through SMPR Title with local real estate professionals in hopes of cultivating an understanding of the different sides to a real estate transaction.   He has published several articles with the Albany County Bar Association, Saratoga County Bar Association Newsletters, and the New York State Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Electronically In Touch.


Nick is professionally associated with the New York State Bar Association, Albany County Bar Association, Phi Alpha Theta – National Honor Society of History, and Pi Gamma Mu – International Social Science Honorary. Nick has been involved in the Albany Law School mentor program where he has mentored first year law students and was a member of Leadership Tech Valley 2009 Class. He now serves as a member of the Leadership Tech Valley Steering Committee, devotes time as a member of the Board of Directors for New Choices Recovery Center, and is an active member of the Legislative Review Committee for New York State Land Title Association.


Nick currently resides with his wife, Annemarie, and their three children in Halfmoon, New York and in his free time enjoys kayaking with his wife and trying to keep up with their kids and their dogs, Daisy and Susie.




SMPR Title Agency is a New York Title Insurance company. Our Title Insurance Agency is composed of real estate experts who provide our clients with comprehensive property transaction services including: Property Title Insurance, Mortgage Lender Insurance, Title Searches and Documentation Preparation Services.

We serve the following States, Cities, Zip Codes and Counties:
New York State, Albany County, Saratoga County, Columbia County, Westchester County, Washington County, Fulton County, Troy, Saratoga Springs, New York City, Rochester, Greene County, Rensselaer County, Bronx, Livingston County, Ontario County, Schoharie County, Warren County, Kings County, Madison County, Orange County, Dutchess County, Montgomery County, New York, Monroe County, Orleans County, Rockland County, Albany, Queens County, Oswego County, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Richmond County, Nassau County, Otsego County, Hudson, Long Island, Jefferson County, Niagara County, Putnam County, White Plains, Buffalo, Lewis County, Oneida County, Upstate NY, Capital District, Poughkeepsie, Onondaga County, Schenectady County, Schoharie County, Tompkins County, Broome County, Delaware County, Schuyler County, Ulster County, Cattaraugus County, Erie County, Seneca County, Cayuga County, Essex County, St Lawrence County, Chautauqua County, Franklin County, Steuben County, Wayne County, Chemung County, Genesee County, Suffolk County, Wyoming County, Chenango County, Hamilton County, Sullivan County, Yates County, Clinton County, Herkimer County, Tioga County, Allegany County, Cortland County

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