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Linear Title Forms New Division to Offer More Products, Services

TechnologyRhode Island-based automated national title agency Linear Title and Closing has announced the formation of a title services division which will offer products and services to help title insurance agencies serve clients better and grow their businesses.

Among the products that will be offered by the new title services division at Linear Title will be streamlined title services in states where they are not licensed as well as offering title products such as Title Hound, Certus, and Encompass Integration as part of a bundle.

"It’s a strong approach to bundle title services for agents with software products they require," said Nick Liuzza, CEO of Linear Title. "Our title integration with Encompass helps agents grow their top line while engaging Linear for title services in certain states allows agents to realize additional income."

Linear Title has offered its services nationwide since 2005, handling back end processing while local title agencies remain the clients' point of contact. Linear Title offers a number of products to assist large lenders and default servicing companies, including ownership and encumbrance reports, trustee sale guarantees, scored foreclosure information reports, and property reports. Products such as Title Hound and Certus were developed by Negen Compliance Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Linear Title.

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