The National Association of Independent Land Agents
NAILTA is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of independent title insurance agents and independent real estate settlement professionals from across the United States.
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NAILTA is the advocate for small business owners in the title insurance industry.
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NAILTA was created by independent real estate settlement professionals to further the agenda of small business owners from within the tittle insurance, abstracting, surveying, and real estate community who lacks representation at local, state and national levels. As an independent agent and settlement service professional, your voice is important and we want to hear from you!
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Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, it was reported that First American Financial, the corporate parent of First American Title Insurance Company and Ohio Bar Title Insurance Company, inadvertently exposed over 885 million...
We provided the enclosed letter on behalf of our Kentucky membership and concerned independent real estate settlement service professionals throughout the state to address new legislation working its way through the Kentucky...
The House voted 280-131 to pass H.R. 1153, the Mortgage Choice Act of 2017, a regulatory bill that was created in an effort to provide relief to mortgage lenders by excluding certain charges from the points and fees calculation....