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Experts detail AI’s title industry use at NS3 - A session dubbed “AI 360” at the recent National Settlement Services Summit (NS3) provided insight on the title industry’s current use of artificial intelligence, the technology’s future growth and potential legal pitfalls.
AgentHome acquires Corinthian Title Co. - Florida-based @AgentHomeLLC, a national network of independent title agents, has officially finalized its acquisition Corinthian Title Co., a California-based provider of title insurance and escrow services.
ZSuite Tech expands reach to 26 states - ZSuite Tech, a provider of digital escrow and subaccounting solutions, announced it has reached a new banking platform milestone, reaching across 26 states.
True Title adds to commercial division - True Title Co., LLC has brought on a 10-year industry veteran as commercial escrow officer and commercial division counsel.
Chopra assures senator CFPB not trying to call all closing costs 'junk fees' - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Rohit Chopra testified before Congress to deliver the bureau's semi-annual report.
ECOA, TILA claims brought over appraisal decision - Two plaintiffs alleged losses after objecting to the use of an appraisal identical to one done earlier despite the completion of several renovations. The lender instead opted to backdate the appraisal and ultimately denied the loan.
FHFA RFI requests feedback on Enterprise plans - Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac offered their Duty to Serve plans for 2025-2027 for public feedback.
Record number of consumers say ‘bad time to buy’ home - Fannie Mae's home purchase sentiment index set a new record for May.
The impact of real estate wire fraud stretches far beyond the incident itself, with courts delving into the legal liability various parties have to the victims of these crimes. In an exclusive interview about CertifID’s recent report, 2024 Sued for Wire Fraud Report, Executive Chairman Tom Cronkright shared the lessons learned from these cases.
Just before World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15, the American Land Title Association, National Consumer Law Center, National Association of Realtors and AARP released recommendations for states to combat elder real estate fraud and financial exploitation. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, too, reminded financial institutions to remain vigilant in combating these frauds.
Vermont Gov. Phil Scott vetoed HB 121, an act related to enhancing consumer privacy and the age-appropriate design code. He told the legislature that bill creates an unnecessary and avoidable level of risk.
Louisiana Gov. Jeff Landry signed legislation providing for electronic filing and record retention.
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Rising bond prices have pushed down treasury yields, which can ultimately drive down mortgage rates. But some investors say the relief could be short lived.
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More than half of luxury homebuyers would be unlikely to make an offer on a home with an outdated kitchen. They want kitchen islands and upgraded appliances.
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Today (June 18) is the deadline for MLSs and brokerages to opt in for the NAR settlement. Read the important instructions below.
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A new law requires condo board education and gives the state more investigative powers to tamp down on abuses of power and other provisions.
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