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Rob catches up with Dick Reass, CEO and Founder of RynohLive. On the agenda: TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule and beyond. Join them for a conversation about the importance of an agent’s credibility in this new age of compliance; cyber fraud and just how “certified” must an agent really be to satisfy lenders? Don’t miss this enlightening conversation.
I speak with NATIC executive and author Michael Holden as he delves into managed disbursement and other industry “secrets” that can dramatically increase your profits while instantly making your compliance issues go away (or at least become manageable)!
Rob speaks to title industry icon Stewart Morris, Jr., Vice Chairman of Stewart Information Services Corporation and past president of Stewart Title Company. In his 40 plus years in the industry, Stewart has seen it all. He’s also generally ahead of the curve when it comes to industry change. Rob and Stewart discuss our changing industry, including the future of the small agent and more
Rob chats with Stephanie Fullerton, CEO of Streamline Consulting. Hear more about her unique business model, which provides a service few offer…but many will soon need! Rob and Stephanie also discuss ALTA Best Practices, the role of technology in title strategy and more.
Rob visits with Charles Cain, SVP in the Agency group for WFG National Title. Hear Chuck’s thoughts on the practical impact of the impending RESPA-TILA mortgage disclosure changes on the title industry (hint: it’s more than just a forms change). Also, don’t miss his thoughts on what people will be talking about in the industry next year, and what the title industry will look like in 3, 4 or even 5 years.
It’s a New Year, and U Heard Me! will be talking to even more industry thought leaders in the coming weeks. We kick off 2015 with Jim Campbell, Director of Title Alliance Ltd. Hear his thoughts on the future of the small title agent; what’s next for firms with MSAs and the prognosis for joint ventures and affiliated business arrangements in this changing regulatory environment.