Eliminate 'Stare and Compare' When Confirming Your Title and Settlement Agents

February 6, 2018

The American Land Title Association (ALTA) has launched a national registry of title and settlement agents: The ALTA Registry. This is a unique and first of its kind registry for the title industry. The electronic database is updated daily. A title agent can only obtain a listing if their underwriters have confirmed their information, basically No underwriter confirmation = no listing. Additionally each agent's location is allocated a unique ALTA ID number—ideal for accurately identifying title agents in your pipeline.

Single Source of Truth

As the world gets bigger and more interrelated, there's a lot more confusion and clutter out there, especially in the real estate industry. The great thing about the ALTA Registry is that it serves as a platform that allows title agents to have a confirmed identify in the marketplace. This allows the ALTA Registry to serve as a single source of truth for your organization.

End Stare and Compare

If you are tired of allocating valuable resources (staff!!) to the tedious task of reconciling your mortgage pipeline to your internal title agent score cards—the ALTA Registry solves this long-suffered problem. The ALTA Registry allocates a unique 7-digit number to agent's locations, making reconciliation a dream, and easily processes machine to machine. Ready to take "stare and compare" out of your production or due diligence processes? Take look at the ALTA Registry—it's all there waiting for you.

All you need do is apply for a subscription at www.altaidregistry.org.


Contact ALTA at 202-296-3671 or communications@alta.org.

ALTA Advocacy Summit—the event formerly known as ALTA Federal Conference and Lobby Day—is the premier event that unites ALTA members with federal lawmakers to advance policies that affect American property rights. ALTA Advocacy Summit features round-table discussions and intimate forums on public policies regarding important topics such as title insurance, disclosure, mortgages and taxes.