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NTC Pushing Mortgage Industry Into Digital Age

Not only is eRecording faster, NTC says, but it also provides a safer, more reliable way to process documents, minimizing risk of losing documents in transit and cutting down on the time and effort it takes to find public records. Though eRecording is catching on in most states, a few have been more receptive than most—including Colorado and Nevada, where 90 percent or more of NTC documents have been recorded electronically.

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NTC Encourages Widespread Adoption of eRecording

As the industry continues to adapt to new regulations and best practices, electronic recording--eRecording--is taking hold as a way to streamline the records process and free up resources at lending and servicing offices, according to Palm Harbor, Florida-based Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. The volume of documents recorded electronically by NTC over the past year has grown from 10 percent to 45 percent. According to NTC, 840 jurisdictions have approved eRecording for mortgage documents thus far.

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Nationwide Title Clearing Promotes Former VP to COO

Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), a post-closing services provider located in Palm Harbor, Florida, announced the promotion of longtime employee Michael O'Connell to COO. O'Connell has been with NTC for eight years, formerly leading the sales and client relations teams as VP of client relations.

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NTC Recognized with Hire Power Award for Job Creation

Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. (NTC), a post-closing services provider based in Palm Harbor, Florida, has added another entry to its list of achievements: earning Inc. Magazine's Hire Power Award for its contribution to creating more American jobs.

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