Post Closing course approved in District of Columbia

Learntitle has had another course approved in the District of Columbia:

The Closing is Over but What About the Post Closing

This course is approved for 1 credit.
The following is an outline of what will be covered in the course:

Eye on the Prize/ Get it Closed

  1. Fiduciary Responsibility / Commitments
  2. Disbursements
  3. Risk Factors

What Is Post-Closing? 

  1. Recordings
  2. Money
  3. Lien Release and Trustee Services
  4. Original Documents
  5. Culture – the details

Recording – Priority  

  1. Importance of Immediate Recordation
    1. Compliance
    2. Policy Liability / Gap
    3. Customer Satisfaction
    4. Underwriter Relationship
    5. Minimize Title Liability
    6. Supports prompt funding
    7. What is E-Recording? How does it help?

Follow the Money

  1. Payoffs
  2. Insurance, Taxes, High Risk Items
  3. Good Funds vs. Collected Funds

Reconciliation

  1. 3 way reconciliation
  2. Consumer funds
  3. Balance in Files
  4. Fraud
  5. Security
  6. Escheat
  7. Protecting consumer funds

Lien Release Tracking

  1. Have a process
  2. Follow through
  3. What to do when you can’t wrap it up

Outsourcing

  1. How does it all work?
  2. Curative
  3. Settlement

The Challenge of Change

  1. Getting Staff buy in
  2. Creating a culture that supports thorough post-closing processes

Presenting this course are:

Vicki DiPasquale
National Sales Manager
Simplifile
Liz Tanner
Tanner Law, Ltd.
Final Trac
16B Gooding Ave,
Bristol RI 02809
(401) 253-7854

E-recording course available on Learntitle

E-Recording…Today’s technology to streamline closing processes

E-Recording is a hot topic in the industry right now; especially as the market has slowed and title agents are trying to do more with less and gain competitive advantage.

The presentation will address doing business with digital documents and explain the e-recording process from the title industry perspective. During the presentation, we will review and outline eDocument legislation that permits e-recording both on a federal and state level. We will conclude by discussing the competitive advantages that e-recording brings to title agents specifically.

This course is approved in the following states. Select your state to enroll.

Learning Objectives

Participants will gain a better understanding of the e-recording industry and how to improve their overall workflow.

The education track of this session includes regulatory statutes as well as several facets of business operations. Participants will be able to leave this session empowered with knowledge that will help streamline their post closing process. Benefits of e-recording include:

  • Increased customer satisfaction
  • Improved agent/underwriter relationship
  • Streamlined post-closing workflow
  • Reduced per-transaction costs
  • Fewer file touches
  • More time for business development

About the Presenter

Vicki DiPasquale

Vicki DiPasqualeVicki DiPasquale, has more than 30 years in the title insurance and real estate industry working both with underwriters and agencies in many different states. She consulted on a Freddie Mac e-closing project in 2001 and has been an avid supporter of the e-recording process since its inception. Vicki has a Doctorate degree in Business Management and Organizational Leadership. She has an outstanding record of success in identifying business opportunities, developing strategies and implementing actions to boost business performance. With a focus on technology, Vicki recognizes the importance of innovation as a way to streamline business processes.

This course is approved in the following states. Select your state to enroll.

ALTA Best Practices Pillars 1 & 6 – Licensing and Insurance available in Alabama

ALTA Best Practices

This course is one in a series of Courses that discuss ALTA Best Practices. This one covers Pillars 1 and 6. The objective of the course is for the learner to complete the section of their policy and procedure manual for the pillars discussed in the course. Also, upon completion the learner will be confident that they will be able to pass an ALTA Best Practice audit for the pillars discussed in the course.

streamline

Pillar 1 is about licensing. The course covers the 10 questions asked in the ALTA Pillar 1 Workbook so that the learner understands what is expected to by compliant. The course covers the Action Items report, Assessment Readiness, and Certification

Pillar 6 is about Professional Liability Insurance. The course covers the 12 questions asked in the ALTA Pillar 6 Workbook so that the learner understands what is expected to by compliant. The course covers the Action Items report, Assessment Readiness, and Certification.

Streamline Consulting has done the research and put together the content for the course. Streamline Consulting is a privately owned company that was formed in order to meet the personnel, technical and business needs of Title Insurance Companies. They are advocates for their clients in all aspects of the title insurance industry.

While the nature of the business is the same in all states, the nuances of each title company, even within the same city, can be very different. Streamline customizes every project and product for each title company, regardless of size, location or products and services provided to their customers.

New Jersey Rate Manual course updated

New Jersey Rate Manual — Effective May 1, 2015

3 creditsRate Manual

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This course covers the entire New Jersey Rate Manual.It includes sections on Definitions, Methods of Operation, and General Rules. In addition it explains calculatiing various rates for title insurance and miscellaneous charges. The course also lists all of the endorsements and and their respective charges.

The course has been redesigned to make navigation easier.

 

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