We often hear the question, “Is a lien search needed for vacant land?” We always recommend that a lien search be ordered. Vacant lots can hide thousands of dollars in special assessments, or if a home has recently been demolished, there may be an unpaid utility bill under the prior address. By far the most Read More
Network Transaction Solutions had the honor of attending this year’s Alliant National Agent Summit in Clearwater, FL. We met some awesome agents and had, by far, the best prize to give away! (How doesn’t love a floating cooler with money and booze!)
Team Bowling Night Last week, our team went out to celebrate the amazing year we’ve had. We all met at Family Bowl in Plant City, FL to let our hair down and test our skills at bowling. Let’s just say, you could’ve called us BUTTER because we were on a ROLL!
Today, Network Transaction Solutions (NTS) conducted its first class, and what a successful turn out it was! With the mobile notary industry taking off around the country, NTS wanted to test the waters by sending a class invite to a small group of people. After having full attendance, NTS plans on sending out invites periodically Read More
Property Information Report, formally known as Ownership and Encumbrance Report 2017 Florida Legislation has recently revamped Florida Statute Section 627.7843, renaming the “Ownership and Encumbrance Report” to the “Property Information Report”. The report will continue to show the same information regarding the record of ownership for specific real property and any encumbrances that are a Read More
5 Refresher Tips for Communicating Effectively Notary agents are always on the go, sometimes working with clients to squeeze in that last-minute closing , as well as working through rescheduled assignments. We are all human; Things pop up, closings get rescheduled or moved locations. However, never forget how crucial it is to communicate effectively. Below Read More
Have you heard the news?! Florida recently passed a new bill limiting what Condo Associations, Community Associations and HOA’s can charge for an estoppel certificate. The Estoppel Bill SB 398 is effective as of July 1, 2017, and will limit and regulate the following processes: Fee Cap: Caps on the fees an association can charge Read More
Additional Form of Identification for Notarization Beginning July 1, 2017 As notarizing is very much a key area of our industry we feel it important to share the below with the membership of the Florida Land Title Association. As passed by the 2017 Florida Legislature and signed by Governor Scott on May 9, 2017, a Read More