Nationwide Title Clearing Blog
NTC plans to make a big splash at MBA's Annual Convention & Expo this October with a new mirage design meant to create awareness of the full spectrum of services in NTC's portfolio. Since 1991 NTC has grown as the leading post-closing services provider in the residential mortgage industry and we are now offering services which span the entire loan life cycle.Read More
Many people don't realize the small town of Palm Harbor, FL is full of bustling business commerce in addition to being surrounded by some of the most popular vacation and famous destination spots in Florida.
With nearly 350 team members, NTC - a Top 100 Workplace - is centrally located for team members. Many live North in Pasco County, South deeper into Clearwater and Dunedin and several travel from West Hillsborough County each day.Read More
We posted this blog early last year but think it's worthy of a re-post.
How can property reports help with compliance to recent regulatory requirements? The $25B Settlement between 50 state Attorneys, Department of Justice and five of the largest banks created new regulatory requirements and has become a standard for loan servicing. In this video, industry expert and Chief Legal Officer at Nationwide Title Clearing, Myron Finley, explains how property reports can help you comply with the most recent regulations. Click here to watch this National Mortgage News Ask the Experts video.
The $25B Settlement has become a standard for loan servicing. The Settlement requires:
Picture Above From Left to Right: left to right: Sean Hunt VP Doc Production, Brett Zamora CERTNA IT Director, Patrick Honny CERTNA Executive Director, Teresa Williamson CERTNA Secretary, Dana Boeg CERTNA Secretary, Brian Ernissee Dir Doc Completion. Both Dana and Teresa are also County Recorder Employees.Read More
The August 2015 issue of the M Report will feature our very own CIO Erika Lance as a Leading Lady in the Housing Industry. Erika has been with NTC for over 11 years and we are so proud to have her on our team.Read More
There's a reason the largest financial institutions in the country trust NTC with their lien release processing services. We are competent, dependable, experienced and our results speak for themselves. We've processed over 25,000,000 documents since 1991 and more than half of that number are lien releases. We are now at over 70% eRecording with a reject rate of less than 1%.Read More
Current projects with Debartolo Family Foundation and Habitat for Humanity Pinellas represent an extension of NTC's commitment to give back to its community
This kind of support is particularly important, at a time when teachers and parents are struggling to deal with the combination of continued education budget cuts and increasing materials costs. Almost 100% of parents who responded to a recent national survey said they expected to have to spend more this fall than they did the preceding year to supplement their children’s classroom supplies.(1) In another survey, nine out of ten teachers said they had spent their own money on school supplies, and significant numbers reported that they had spent their own money to help poor students with other needs such as food or clothing.(2)
The Back to School Supply Drive is part of NTC’s ongoing commitment to its local community. NTC also works closely with Habitat for Humanity Pinellas, and is building a home with the organization on August. In addition, NTC is joining the Hammers and Heels women’s group within Habitat, which is dedicated to increasing philanthropy for the organization, engaging women in strategic giving, and impacting the lives of low-income families in the area.
“We firmly believe,” says NTC CEO John Hillman, “that companies have the responsibility to give back. We made corporate social responsibility an integral part of our business model in 2011, and since then we’ve doubled in size, to nearly 350 employees. We’re dependent on the efforts of a dedicated, highly trained workforce, and we know that our emphasis on helping those in need is a major factor in why many of our employees choose to work for us. It’s a question of values, and it’s also, on a fundamental level, good business.”
For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.nwtc.com.
1. Davies, Richard, “Back to School Gets More Expensive,” ABC News, August 8, 2013.
2. Layton, Lyndsey, “Student poverty, lack of parental involvement cited as teacher concerns,” Washington Post, June 9, 2015.