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Title Industry Responds to COVID-19: Our Title Is Protection

Title insurance professionals take pride in protecting their customers by ensuring that their home is theirs when they make one of the biggest financial decisions of their lives. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the title insurance industry has stepped up even more to help their communities. Whether it’s volunteerism, or innovation to get deals closed during this time of social distancing, the title industry is here to provide protection today, tomorrow, and forever.

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A Good Time to Catch Up

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG. Will the Market Pick Up?

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Can CRE Lead the Way?

Last year’s federal tax legislation has begun to sink in, with employers adjusting withholding levels to match the new IRS charts and many employees seeing larger paychecks as a result. It’s hard ...

Commercial Real Estate, Housing, TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure

Illinois Moving Forward on Regulatory Guidance for Title Insurance Fees

In a most welcome development, last week I attended a meeting at the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago called by the Illinois Department of Financia...

Regulations and compliance

Closing a Volatile Year

As 2017 comes to a close, I am hard pressed to think of a year in my lifetime that witnessed so much Washington-based controversy since Vietnam coupled with Watergate. Front and center on my mind at t...

CFPB, Housing, Taxes, TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure

The Tax Plan Cometh

We have to address the elephant in the room: tax code changes and their effect on housing in 2018 and beyond. First, NAR reports that next year could see an increase in existing home sales due to an i...

Cyber-security, Taxes, TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure

Housing Inventory Still an Issue

Commercial Real Estate, Cyber-security, Housing, Real Estate Market

Homes more valuable than ever. Is that a good thing?

As CNBC reported, last week Zillow said that the median value of all U.S. homes has exceeded $200,000, the highest it has ever been. Zillow also said ...

CFPB, Cyber-security, Housing