NAILTA Names Rob Holman as President and Seats a New Board; Changes for Organization are on the Horizon for 2017-2018

    The National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA) is pleased to announce that Rob Holman will become its fifth organizational President on January 1, 2017. Holman, a 17-year title insurance industry veteran, is currently the President and General Counsel for General Title Insurance Company in Cleveland, Ohio, a regional title insurance underwriter…

CFPB and State of Maryland Take Action Against “Pay-to-Play” Mortgage Kickback Scheme

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 29, 2015 CONTACT: Office of Communications Tel: (202) 435-7170 CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU AND STATE OF MARYLAND TAKE ACTION AGAINST “PAY-TO-PLAY” MORTGAGE KICKBACK SCHEME Loan Officers and Former Title Company Executives Who Traded Cash and Marketing Services for Illegal Referrals Will Be Banned, Pay Redress and Penalties   WASHINGTON, D.C.…

NAILTA joins PRODA and files Amicus brief in current litigation against MERS

    National Association of Independent Land Title (NAILTA) has joined with the Pennsylvania Recorder of Deeds Association (PRODA) to file an Amicus brief on behalf of NAILTA and in support of the Montgomery County Recorder’s Office in their current litigation against MERS. Nancy Becker, Montgomery County Recorder and supporter of NAILTA, requested we file an…

NAILTA Joins Escrow Institute of California in Concern over Misleading Mortgage Forms

    National Association of Independent Land Title Agents Joins Escrow Institute of California… — FREEHOLD, N.J., Jan. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — FREEHOLD, N.J., Jan. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA), a national trade association representing independent land title agents, settlement agents and escrow agents has released the following…

SUPPORT NEEDED FOR DEBT FORGIVENESS ACT – NOW ON THE HILL

    Congress is scheduled to vote on the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act (MFDRA) today.  The bill is an attempt to reclassify and thereby forgive foreclosure-related debts as taxable income.  The MFDRA has been reinstituted several times since it was originally passed in 2007.  Congress must pass this bill in the remaining days of…