Buying a home is a large investment and can be intimidating. To have confidence in your purchase, it’s critical to get an owner’s title insurance. Below are eight common questions homebuyers have during the process. What is title? Title is your right to own or use your property. Title also establishes any limitations on Read More
The Florida Department of Financial Services has adopted a new rule (Rule: 69B-186.010) regarding “unfair methods of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the transaction of title insurance.” The rule goes into effect on February 9, 2016 and will ensure the playing field within the title industry continues to have balance. The Read More
Former Rotary Club President Aaron Davis takes a turn at the microphone as the club turns over the last of the 50 automated external defibrillators that the Rotary donated to the police department. Police Chief Ed Duncan, left, Capt. Dave Millich and Rotary Club President Brian Griffin look on. for DAVE NICHOLSON A few Read More
Last week’s announcement of the Florida Agency Network’s new Compliance Officer for the State of Florida, Andrea Somers, is getting recognition. Yesterday, the Title Report featured the announcement in its news section. Click here to read the feature. Andrea has also been recognized in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s People on the Move section! Click here Read More
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Florida Agency Network is giving you one more reason to attend the 2015 Florida Realtors® Convention and Trade Expo! There are 36 reasons to attend. The number one reason is to get up to date on everything TRID before the new disclosures go into effect October 3. Stop by booth 625 – Get social with Read More
Timeline of how the Loan Estimate and the Closing Disclosure were created.
Bon Voyage HUD-1!!! Come get social with us at booth 625 as we bid the HUD-1 farewell and cruise to the new disclosures. Enter to win an Apple Watch!
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants mortgage lenders to stop using marketing services agreements, and it’s using the stick rather than the rules process to do so. The industry says no fair, that’s regulation by enforcement. What do you think? Source: CFPB to mortgage industry: Get out of MSAs | 2015-07-30 | HousingWire