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Latest news and updates from First National Title Insurance Company.
 
OCTOBER 2015  
 
 
 
Out & About...
 
 DJ Horn (left) and George Stablein (right) visit Fenway Park with Excel Title's Lance Luna (middle).
 
 
 Suzanne Tinsley (left), George Stablein (middle) and NolaAnn Waggoner (right) move into to their new office space in The Woodlands.
 
 

DJ Horn and Chris Phillips visit with Bill McCalmont and Jenny Werner from First Arizona Title Agency.

 

George Stablein (pictured) hosts a webinar, the first in a series of webinars offered monthly for our agents.

 

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Messages from the CEO | FNTI Reports $37.07 Million in Revenue through September, 36.6% Increase from 2014
 

First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) reported revenues through September 30 of $37.07 million, representing a 36.3 percent increase over the same period in 2014. First National Title’s rank among title insurance underwriters, determined by gross revenue, continues to advance. Based on the second quarter revenues, FNTI is now listed as the 13th largest underwriter in the country...

 
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Jackson Hanks of Texas First Title Named Palestine's Citizen of the Year!
Agency Highlights
 

Attorney and First National Title agent, Jackson Hanks, was recognized as the Citizen of the Year for 2015 at the Palestine Chamber of Commerce annual banquet on October 17, 2015. The honor took Hanks completely by surprise. He thanked the chamber...

 
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Pioneer Title Hikes Arizona State Trail
DJ Horn's Motivational Monday's
 
In May of this year I wrote a blog to spur some thought about giving back to the community because we all have something to give. After I made a trip to visit the FNTI Arizona agents, I learned of something special Pioneer Title Agency had been working on...
 
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Underwriting Q&A | Will an Owner's Policy provide insurance coverage for an illegal lot situation?
Underwriting Q&A's
 

Q: Will an Owner’s Policy provide insurance coverage for an illegal lot situation (land division without compliance with the subdivision regulations and ordinances)?
A: No, due to an Exclusion from Coverage found in the promulgated language of the jacket that excludes coverage for any loss, damage, costs, expenses, attorney’s fees and/or the effect of a violation, which arise due to any law, ordinance, permit or governmental regulation, including building and zoning ordinances and regulations, that restrict, regulate, or prohibit or relate to...

 
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Latest News | Best Practices, Protection of NPI, from the Break Room to the Boardroom
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In response to CFPB, title companies have rushed to the finish line, not only to master the new process and forms of TRID, but to also become compliant with the pillars of ALTA Best Practices. Federal and state laws (including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) require title companies to develop a written information security program that describes their procedures to protect non-public customer information. This program must be followed by every team member of a title company, everyone from the receptionist to the marketing representative to the escrow officer.
 
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FIRST NEWS Archives | September 2015
 

Messages from the CEO | FNTI Says Thank You to Retired TDI Deputy Commissioner Danny Saenz
Join us for our Monthly Webinar Series | "It's So Easy, Part Two" November 17th @ 9:30am
DJ Horn's Motivational Monday | Yates Title in Hamilton, TX has a Haunted Story to Tell...
Underwriting Q & A | Does a spouse have to sign the warranty deed or the deed of trust if they don't own the property?
Latest News | Tell Us How We Are Doing by Taking Our Survey!

 
 
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