NATIC Unveils Partner Guide and Educational Resource for Agents

June 28, 2018

North American Title Insurance Co. (NATIC) has launched a new agent benefit to connect them with trusted partners.

Called AgentMarketplace, the program’s web pages feature industry provider companies that are partnering with NATIC to offer its agents products and services to help them grow their businesses and be compliant with industry standards, as well as with state and federal laws and regulations.

“With this program, NATIC is building a bridge between our trusted industry partners and the agents we work with daily,” said Emilio Fernandez, president of NATIC. “We will be educating agents on the products and services the companies provide and offer information on why those particular products or services are important to the future profitability of the agency. I am pleased with the companies with which we have chosen to partner and look to future opportunities to add others.”

The companies are organized under three categories:

  1. Best Practices: includes companies with products or services to keep agents compliant ALTA’s Title Insurance and Settlement Company Best Practices
  2. Business Solutions: includes companies that assist title agents in both optimizing and meeting the demands of their daily operations
  3. Business Development: includes companies that assist title agents with customer outreach and business growth strategies.

Current AgentMarketplace members in the Best Practices category are: CertifID, RynohLive, Safe Escrow, SafeChain, Real Estate Data Shield, Simplifile, Fran Kelly Professional Liability, JMB Insurance and Aprio (HA&W). Members in the Business Solutions category include: ClosingCorp, FedEx, HDEP International, National Due Diligence Services and NotaryCam; and members in the Business Development category include: PropertyView 360 (via Black Knight’s TitlePro247) and Bowe Digital.


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