Tag Archives: eRecording

8/19/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From The Orange County Register – Man facing fraud charges over 2 Orange County homes set to go into foreclosure

From Bankrate – Selling your home? You can minimize closing costs

From Appraisal Buzz – State-Level Licensing Law Changes; TRID-Related Process Changes

From CU Insight – Indecomm Document Management Group hits 1,000 counties for eRecording

From The Washington Post – Fixed mortgage rates continue their slide, falling to two-month lows

7/29/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Housing Wire – Old Republic mortgage insurance business continues to unwind as title insurance grows

From JD Supra – CFPB Adopts TRID Rule Amendments and Proposes to Address Black Hole Issue

From Coin Journal – Blockchain Startup Propy Aims to Revamp the Real Estate Industry

From Send2Press – Simplifile’s Vicki DiPasquale Named One of Mortgage Professional America’s Elite Women in Mortgage

From The Washington Post – Mortgage rates slide lower as Fed considers unwinding its balance sheet

7/1/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From National Mortgage Professional – Equity National Title Conducting eClosings Via Pavaso

From Business Insider – The housing market has become ‘lopsided’ — and it’s bad news for first-time buyers

From Blockchain News - First-ever Blockchain Real Estate Project — 3,000 BTC Cap Crowdfunded in 24 Hours on Waves Platform

From National Mortgage News - Simplifile Adds 21 Southern Jurisdictions to E-Recording Network

From The Title Report - ePN adds counties in eight states

6/1/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From PR Newswire – $655 Million Worth of Homes to be Built Using the First Real Estate Token on Blockchain

From Santa Fe New Mexican – Lawsuit faults title insurance oversight in New Mexico

From Nevada Business – Covering Your Assets: Commercial Real Estate Title Insurance in Nevada

From eNews Channel – Simplifile eRecording Network Now Available in 15 Midwestern, Western U.S. Jurisdictions

From RD News Now – Federal housing agency beefing up ability to detect mortgage fraud, CEO says

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