This marks the 5th time Nationwide Title Clearing has earned this distinction.Read More
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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
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.
NTC's own Meaghan Hunter, National Account Executive, and Mike Verneuille, AVP of Client Services are two of 40 Rising Stars honored in HousingWire's Rising Star Awards this month.Read More
Hot off the wire! This Press Release was published today.Read More
We have some exciting news to share! NTC was recently named one of Tampa Bay’s Top Workplaces 2015 by the Tampa Bay Times.Read More
In the new economy, more employers are realizing that investing in employee training is vital. According to Forbes, corporate training spending grew by 15% in 2013 to over $70 billion in the U.S., and over $130 billion worldwide. This increase is the highest growth rate seen in seven years. While NTC has always had an intense focus on training, the company’s training “reboot” began in the first quarter of 2011 and has culminated in 2015 with updated processes that adhere to the newest residential mortgage industry standards and regulations.
In 2014 alone, over 2,300 different industry-related courses were completed in NTC’s on-site training facility. The entirety of NTC’s 300 staff members have completed the company’s basic training, with 210 staff engaged in cross and advanced training, as well as continuously certified by NTC’s Quality Assurance Department.
NTC relies on its workforce training program and advanced technology systems to ultimately protect homeowners and preserve land records. As it services eight of the 10 largest U.S. banks in the residential mortgage industry, compliance is crucial. NTC officials report keeping their clients within a 99.8% compliance rate on a consistent basis, something previously unheard of in the industry.
Depending on the position, training programs can take dozens of hours to complete, and some can even require months. However, NTC has been able to reduce the amount of time necessary to train technical personnel while retaining the quality of training. NTC modularized the training for data entry and research personnel by breaking down the training into smaller courses covering different levels of difficulty on a step-by-step basis.
NTC CEO John Hillman has noticed an increase in quality since expanding the employee training program. “The results of an increased focus on our training have exceeded our expectations,” says Hillman. “I’m convinced these practices are precisely the reason we maintain our exceptional low error rate for our clients.”
There are over 100 specific ongoing training courses available at NTC that cover many areas of the industry such as: Document Identification Training, Advanced On-line Research, Document Retrieval Specialist, Post Closing and Document Procurement Specialist, File Audit & Remediation, Advanced Property Reports Preparation, Advanced Data Entry Course, Document Review Specialist, Document Inspections Training, and County Requirements and Remediation, to name a few.
Advanced training is a proactive approach to carry on NTC’s relentless fixation with extraordinary measures that surpass client’s regulatory compliance standards.
For more information about NTC and its services, visit www.nwtc.com.
Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) is thrilled to announce our placement at number 2,097 on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies for the third year in a row. We also took home the number 13 slot on the Tampa Bay Business Journal's "Fast 50" - a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Tampa Bay area.
As part of the Inc. 5000 list, NTC has been invited to attend the exclusive 2014 Annual Inc. 5000 Conference and Awards Ceremony, which is a three-day event that brings the nation's brightest, most successful business minds together. The event will be held October 15-17, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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This type of expansion couldn't happen without a lot of help from our dedicated employees and our loyal clients. On behalf of the executives of NTC, thank you!Read More