Beyond TRID and Best Practices: What the savvy title agent is thinking about next – by Mike Bell & Elliot Liss ~ New England Real Estate Journal
Talk in the title industry has centered on two topics over the past year: ALTA’s Title Insurance and Settlement Company Best Practices (and the larger issue of lender liability for service providers) and, of course, the implementation of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures rule (TRID). While the industry will sooner or later adapt to TRID, we believe that in 2016, the issues which spurred ALTA to propose the Best Practices in the first place will continue on as a common topic.
Head Down the Right Road
Communication with employees and vendors can eliminate TRID headaches
TitleConnect partnership adds new member
Law Office David P. Modell has aligned with the TitleConnect platform. The partnership will offer title insurance and settlement services throughout northern Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland.
There’s more to TRID than your software.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming you’re TRID-compliant because you’ve upgraded your technology. There’s so much more involved
Is the mortgage industry entering a new era of partnership?
Regulatory and market pressures could force increased collaboration
D.C. Area Settlement Services Leaders Join Forces
Client First Settlement Services (Client First) and Monarch Title will collaborate to offer title insurance and settlement services throughout the Northern Virginia, Greater D.C. and Maryland region.
Title Co-Op Helps Agents Manage Costs, Stay Independent
Amid growing concerns about compliance costs in title insurance, a trio of title agents has formed a consortium to help smaller firms manage their back offices more efficiently.
Capitol Title, Closeline Settlements and Monarch Title Announce Strategic Alliance Platform
Three Major DC Metropolitan Based Title Companies have aligned to create the TitleConnect Alliance.
Closeline Settlements Always Considers Condo Developers
Closeline Settlements was thrilled when Housing and Urban Development secretary Julian Castro answered our media representative’s question about FHA’s unduly restrictive percentage sold thresholds at this week’s National Press Club news conference.
Closeline Settlements selected as Preferred Title Company for Rockville’s Pike & Rose Condominium Development
Closeline Settlements is pleased to announce their selection as Preferred Title Company for North Bethesda’s Pike & Rose condominium closings, being developed by Federal Realty and Investment Trust.