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Suzanne Tinsley of First National Title Insurance and Debbie White of Capital Title celebrate a birthday tradition at Joe T Garcia's in Fort Worth with Keller Williams' Agents: Tiffany Milan, Kelly Schipper, Debbie Walker and Jenee Dederichs.
Messages from the CEO | FNTI Reports Q2 2015 Revenue of $22.5 million, 31% increase compared to 2014

First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) revenue of $22.5 million through June 30, represents significant growth and a 31 percent increase over the same period in 2014. FNTI continues to develop the independent agent model and recognizes the opportunities our agent-focused team has uncovered. Based on first quarter revenues, the company’s rank among title insurance underwriters (determined by gross revenue) advanced to the 14th largest underwriter in the country and the eighth largest underwriter in Texas...

"Thank You" For Being a FNTI Agent!
Agency Highlights

My name is George Stablein, and it is my honor to be your Executive Vice President at FNTI. I am very humbled but equally excited about the opportunity to start servicing our customers’ needs. To our FNTI family of agents, I cannot wait to get to know you, your company, your company’s story, and your needs. I will be reaching out to you shortly...

Motivational Monday | Reconnecting with Family
Motivational Monday

I think stopping for vacation is so important. I enjoy my family and just being together is important. That is why we work right, so we can take time and be present with the most important people in our lives. My wife Stephanie loves the beach as well. You can catch her on the beach reading and getting lost in the story line of a good book while Will and I are off playing a round of golf. Sounds wonderful right? Rejuvenating?

Underwriting Q&A | May a devisee under a probated will excute a formal disclaimer of their interest in the decedent’s estate in order to avoid the attachment of child support arrearages owed by said beneficiary?
Underwriting Q&A's

Q: May a devisee (“beneficiary”), who would otherwise inherit property, real or personal, under a probated will execute a formal disclaimer of their interest in the decedent’s estate in order to avoid the attachment of child support arrearages owed by said beneficiary?
A: No. Effective January 1, 2014, Texas Estates Code 122.107 states that a disclaimer made by a beneficiary who owes child support arrearages is NOT effective if the arrearages have been reduced to judgment. In addition,”… the child support oblige to whom the child support arrearages are owed may enforce the child support obligation by a lien or any other remedy provided by law.”

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Latest News | George Stablein, NolaAnn Waggoner and Suzanne Tinsley Join FNTI’s Growing Team!
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First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) is pleased to announce the addition of three highly regarded and experienced professionals to the First National Title Insurance team. George Stablein joins FNTI as Executive Vice President, Suzanne Tinsley as Vice President/Texas Agency Manager and NolaAnn Waggoner as Vice President/Underwriting Counsel. DJ Horn expands his role with FNTI as he assumes the role of Vice President/National Agency Manager with responsibilities extending beyond our Texas footprint...
FIRST NEWS Archives | July 2015

Messages from the CEO | FNTI Sends Happy Retirement and Best Wishes to Long-Time Friend, David Anderson
Motivational Monday | Lessons I Learned From My Dad, Buck Horn
Underwriting Q & A | Can a T-23 Access Endorsement be issued on a road or street or highway that is not physically open?
Latest News | Tips to Help First-Time Homebuyers Prepare for the Process

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