Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) updated their website in response to the calls for action regarding title defects. Their revamped website will make property reports available through a new online ordering system. With title defects becoming a major cause for concern in the real estate market, NTC executives understand that property records are essential.
Many people believe that title defects can cause issues within the real estate industry like wrongful foreclosures and stagnation in transition processes. NTC, a leader in the document-processing industry within the real estate market, knows that property records hold the key to a clear title conveyance. They have taken steps to make sure securing property reports is simple and fast for their customers through their new online ordering system.
Most title defects happen when someone tries to lay claim to a property that is actually owned by someone else. There are other factors that could render a title invalid however, like any previous liens or encumbrances that haven’t been removed, simple issues with wording in the document, failure to include any necessary signatures, and the failure to comply with proper filing procedures. It is because of those reasons NTC hopes to aid their customers by providing an online ordering system for property reports like current owner reports, tax status reports, and assignment verification reports.
CEO John Hillman claims that NTC has made it their company goal to provide their clients with a fast, step-by-step process in which they can secure property reports. These services are based on research and are available for any residential v in the country. NTC gathers their information from multiple sources and verifies that information using both automation and human verification. This verification process has allowed NTC to become a leader in the real estate industry.
NTC was founded in 1991 and is a privately-owned company that specializes in research and document-processing. They are based in Palm Harbor, Florida and serve investors, servicers, and mortgage lenders, including eight out of the ten largest mortgage servicers in the U.S. Their document experts can track and fulfill document requirements in every jurisdiction in the country, all 3,600 of them. NTC specializes in final document tracking, document retrieval, lien release services, property reports, assignment services, and other custom business solutions. They have been ranked number 26 on a list of fastest growing companies in the area and have received numerous awards.