NTC's Chief Legal Officer (CLO) Myron Finley and Director of Document Completion Brian Ernisse help maintain NTC's stellar reputation as friends to the county recordation industry by attending two major conferences this week in Savannah, GA.
Next month, NTC is being featured in the M Report's Compliance Issue which includes a glowing testimonial from a county recorder in Ferry County. This is not an isolated testimonial. In April, NTC will publish a white paper on what it takes to produce high quality documents for recordation nationwide and it will also include several testimonials from partners at the counties who can attest to the quality of our documents. Currently NTC is at over 70% E-recording for Lien Releases and our reject rate at the county is less than 1%.
NTC’s mission is to deliver the highest level of accuracy in document processing and research services that protect homeowners and assist the mortgage banking industry while also preserving the nation's land records. With a 99.9% county compliance rate at over 3600 county jurisdictions nationwide, it's no wonder NTC has earned a reputation of excellence by clients and county recorders alike.
This week, NTC is attending the Property Records Industry Association's (PRIA) Winter Symposium and the National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) Winter Conference in Savannah, GA.
Brian Ernisse is currently working on a Best Practices on Certified Copies paper which should be published by PRIA in the near future as it's currently being reviewed by the PRIA board. Myron Finley has had a hand in publishing best practices standards which have been applied by counties nationwide as recent as 2015 where he helped lead the Best Practices in Indexing paper for PRIA.
About the National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) – NACRC is a national association of elected and appointed county administrative officials. The association has approximately 560 members consisting of elected and appointed county officials and their staffs, as well as private companies providing county offices with products and services. NACRC is managed by IMI Association Executives, a Morrisville-based association management firm. For more information, visit our website, www.nacrc.org.
The Property Records Industry Association (PRIA) develops and promotes national standards and best practices for the property records industry. PRIA is a coalition of government and business partners collaborating on issues of common interest. PRIA strives to identify areas of consensus within the industry, leading to recommendations for national standards pertaining to recordable documents. For more information on PRIA, visit www.pria.us.