The Washington, D.C.-based American Land Title Association  (ALTA) has announced HDEP International  as an ALTA Elite Provider. The Elite Provider  program offered by this national trade association of the land title industry features service providers who are committed to furnishing extensive benefits to the title insurance and settlement services industry. Elite Providers promote the highest industry standards and provide effective solutions for ALTA members’ critical needs, ALTA said in a statement.
“HDEP International has shown their dedication to excellence by becoming a part of the ALTA Elite Provider Program,” said Cornelia Horner, the interim CEO at ALTA. “In the current changing market place, it is important ALTA connects its members with as many quality, high-caliber service providers as possible. The Elite Provider Program calls for our premiere providers to complete a comprehensive application process, which includes providing ALTA member recommendations as well as financial statements. This extensive system proves Elite Providers like HDEP International can add value to our members and make their jobs a little easier.”
ALTA has said that HDEP International provides high-quality title production services, order entry, commitment preparation, O&E reports, abstracts, foreclosure reports, final policies, and more. In addition to title production work, the company builds electronic title plants, maintains existing daily plants, completes legal descriptions and provide other services. HDEP International allows its customers to convert fixed costs to variable costs and notes that its customers can save as much as 50 percent of internal costs when using their services. The company’s facilities are ISO 27001 security certified, and the company is ALTA Best Practice Pillar 3 compliant.
Founded in 1907, ALTA is the voice of more than 6,000 title insurance agents, abstracters, and underwriters. ALTA aims to improve the skills and knowledge of providers in the real property transaction, effectively advocate member concerns, and standardize products for industry use.