Tag Archives: property fraud

3/4/2019 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Lawyers.com – Do I Need Title Insurance?

From The Denver Post – Cherry Creek mother-daughter title insurance execs plead guilty to stealing client funds

From Banker and Tradesman - Former Canton Resident Sentenced in Mortgage Fraud Case

From Forbes – A Numerical Look At How The Housing Market Has Recovered Since 2009

From The Washington Post – Mortgage rates level off after three weeks of declines

1/21/2019 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Central Maine – Register of deeds to continue preservation work, merger

From Falls Church News Press – Amazon’s Impact on Housing Market Expected to Be Nominal

From Swift Current – Swift Current the Focus of Property Rental Fraud Scheme

From Business Wire – CSC Welcomes 37 New Counties to eRecording Network

From American Surveyor – PRIA Publishes Second Bi-annual eRecording Document Volume Survey

1/12/2019 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Masuda Funai – Title Insurance Coverage Changes that Relate to Declarations and Development Limitations

From National Mortgage Professional – WFG National Title Insurance Debuts Cyberfraud Awareness Team

From Richmond Times-Dispatch – Startup Spotlight: Tridster focuses on providing more information on the home title insurance process

From The News Herald – Geauga County Recorder’s Office offers Property Fraud Alert

From Business Wire – Stewart Title Completes Its First eClosing in Minnesota

11/9/2018 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Mortgage Professional America – Man in mortgage fraud scheme gets 14 years in prison

From Globe St – Single-Family Housing Market Cools As Interest Rates Increase

From USA Today – Mortgage applications fall to 4-year low as homebuyers exit housing market

From Tipp News – Simplifile Adds 30 Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic Jurisdictions To E-recording Network

From JD Supra – Record From the Comfort of Home – Maryland Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act

9/11/2018 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Lexology – Blockchain and real estate: A global revolution in the making?

From Chicago Tribune – Should info on Realtors’ ethics violations be available to the public? Agents have mixed opinions.

From Inman – Realtors understand local housing problems better than anyone

From DSNews – How Property Investors Can Better Identify Fraud

From ABC 7 – Notarize Announces Integration for the Adeptive ResWare Platform

9/3/2018 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Bloomberg – Fintech Eyes Opportunity in $15 Billion Title-Insurance Business

From Times Union – State seeks to revive spending rules on title insurance industry

From Blockonomi – Indiegogo Markets Real Estate via Blockchain in Aspen Digital Token Sale

From ICO Examiner – South Korea to Host World’s First Real Estate Blockchain Conference

From National Mortgage News – The new face of mortgage fraud

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