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Education is a powerful tool and as an underwriter, we work hard to provide substantial training resources for our agents. As one piece of that, we publish LookingNorth, our official monthly publication and communication tool designed specifically for our agents. It includes relevant, industry news and serves as a business resource and compliance guide. We invite you to review our most recent edition, as well as a sampling of other reports, newsletters and articles we provide to our agents to help them stay at the forefront of changes in our industry.

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  • LookingNorth – Q2 2021

    6/17/2021 5:45:51 PM

    Wire Fraud Is Happening Right Now: Are You Prepared?

    It’s not a matter of if, but when, a real estate transaction you’re involved in will be hit with a wire fraud attack. In this edition of LookingNorth, we offer title agents a 5-step rapid response plan to combat an attack. NATIC Claims Counsel Chris McChesney and David Schreiber also share 10 ways to thwart financially harmful wire fraud schemes and offer insight on intercepting wire fraud attacks before they end in loss of funds. This edition also features articles on uncovering unwritten and misunderstood local title practices; and the complexities of determining when mobile homes are personal property or real property. Other stories include agents fighting back against wire fraud schemes and a preview of NATIC being rebranded as Doma. Read these stories and more in this Q2 2021 release.


Special Report

7/24/2020 3:31:47 PM
COVID-19 has changed the way we conduct business. While RON, RIN and e-recordings have received the majority of the spotlight in the title industry, our workforce has been left to fend for itself in finding ways to navigate the complexities of a remote work environment. The Title Agent’s Guide to Working Remotely offers expert views on management techniques, virtual tools, cybersecurity and time management for a remote workforce. It also covers best practices for creating virtual and physical environments conducive to motivation, stimulation, collaboration and focus.