October 26, 2021
October 26, 2021
– As the title industry continues to record historic volumes, we’re thrilled to share our on-site market trends, key themes and takeaways from this year’s ALTA ONE conference. –
This year’s ALTA ONE conference – held both virtually and in-person – recently concluded in New Orleans, Louisiana. Consistent with the ALTA ONE theme “All-In”, it certainly wasn’t hard to be “all-in” with the etouffee, beignets and many distinctive traits we all love about the historic city of New Orleans.
Attendance remained strong with an overall upbeat, forward-looking presence as we had the opportunity to connect with several attendees, including Bill Burding, outgoing ALTA President.
September 21, 2021
– As title companies evaluate emerging technology to meet market demand; digital, real-time property tax status reporting is the logical choice. –
The title industry – like all segments of the real estate/finance ecosystem – continues to search for ways to streamline and accelerate production processes while reducing cost and risk. Industry players have begun to revamp legacy title workflows to digitally connected, including title search automation, real estate research, property profile generation and document retrieval. Yet one crucial highly manual, inefficient component remains largely untouched… how title companies source property tax status information.
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