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We are a voluntary trade association of New Mexico title insurance agents and title insurance companies. Our members are committed to providing professional, reliable and honest escrow and title services to all, without exception.
Renasant in Tupelo, Miss., is the latest banking company to get out of loss-share agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
A California bank is planning to add mortgages and home equity lines to its product set.
One of latest proposals for reviving the private-label residential mortgage market involves improving communications between issuers and investors.
Since 1927 the Members of NMLTA have been protecting New Mexico consumers by providing professional Real Estate Settlement services and valuable Title Insurance products. Please refer to the links on the left side and the top navigation menu of this home page for information about Title Insurance and our Association. For helpful publications and websites having to do with title insurance, home mortgages and the closing process, see the Consumer Links on the right side of this page. To make any comments or to report problems of any kind, please click on the Consumer Voice link on the right and submit the details to NMLTA Officers.
In a surprising move being met by positive reaction from analysts, Fidelity National Financial announced that it would move to allow Black Knight Financial Services and FNFV Group to operate as fully independent companies.
The plan would have Fidelity distribute all 83.3 million shares of its stock in Black Knight – amounting to about a 54 percent share in the company – to shareholders of FNF Group and strip Fidelity of its controlling interest in Black Knight.
What’s behind the move, and why have analysts cheered the plan? Read on for the details.
Equity National Title recently collaborated with Mid America Mortgage to conduct three eClosings.
The eClosing process, which did accommodate the wet-signing of certain documents before a notary as required by state law, allowed the homebuyers to review all pertinent closing forms online before the closing.
Keep reading to learn more from both parties, as well as a first-time homebuyer who participated in the process.
The Federal Reserve announced changes that will begin in 2017 to its Beige Book publication. Read on to learn more.
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