Nationwide Title Clearing Representative Attends NACRC Conference in Nation’s Capital

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A representative from Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. recently returned from the National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

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The conference featured many well-regarded speakers including Thomas Hicks and Peter Schalestock with the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on House Administration, as well as representatives from AIIM and the FBI

The National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks (NACRC) Annual Conference was recently held in Washington, D.C. from March 3-4, 2012. NACRC members convened for discussion on the latest issues affecting court administration, clerk to board, vital statistics, elections administration, land records and records management. Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), a leading post-closing services provider for residential mortgages, was among the industry leaders that attended the conference. Myron Finley, Director of Corporate Affairs at NTC, attended the conference for the first time.

The conference provided sessions on topics such as open records and transparency, election changes before Congress, sovereign citizens and also participated in roundtable discussions on various topics. The conference featured many well-regarded speakers including Thomas Hicks and Peter Schalestock with the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on House Administration, as well as representatives from AIIM and the FBI. The focus of the conference was to provide a venue for local officials to talk about how to meet local needs with national knowledge.

NTC has worked closely for years with many of the country’s leading mortgage lenders and servicers to standardize the mortgage assignment document process, and has made a name for itself by perfecting that process for the betterment of borrowers, homeowners, land records and the industry at large. These ongoing efforts have contributed to NTC’s reputation as a true innovator. With nearly 3,600 county recording offices nationwide, each one with its own codes, filing systems and regulations on how land records must be prepared and recorded, NTC’s PerfectChain(SM) Assignment Verification Process is able to meet the exacting requirements of every one of these offices.

“I was impressed by the quality of the conference presentations and the warm welcome from the NACRC membership,” Finley said. “This meeting gives county officials an opportunity to learn from fellow county officials across the United States and provides a forum to share innovations and discuss policy.”

NTC’s thorough audit process was recently depicted in a recent publication by HousingWire called “Giants of Innovation.”

About Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.
Headquartered in Palm Harbor, Fla., Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) was founded in 1991 and has since grown to become the nation’s leading national post-closing services provider for the residential mortgage industry. In addition to supporting lenders, servicers and investors, including eight of the top 10 residential mortgage servicers in the country, the company’s land records and document experts are able to track and fulfill county document requirements for close to 3,600 recording jurisdictions nationwide. NTC specializes in providing property reports, lien release and assignment services, final document tracking, document retrieval, imaging and other custom business solutions. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.nwtc.com.

About NACRC:
NACRC is a professional organization founded in 1949 of elected and appointed county administration officials, who network on a national level to share information and ideas. The association provides continuing education, technology updates and a stronger voice on federal legislative issues and is an affiliate of NACo. For a complete listing of program schedules and conference details, visit http://www.nacrc.org.

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