October 19, 2021

Out & About: FNTI Attends ALTAOne Conference in New Orleans!

First National Title Insurance Company attended the ALTAOne Conference this past week in New Orleans, LA! We were honored to have been the Social Distancing Wristband […]
September 23, 2021

Regional Update with Brian Phillips | Housing Market Roller Coaster

The Roller Coaster like ups and downs of interest rates, refinance applications, and shortages in available housing has continued to be the driving force of the […]
September 8, 2021

Message from the CEO | Second Quarter Results and What’s Next?

First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) is benefitting from the overall increase in the national real estate activity, and I hope you are too. The recent market […]
August 24, 2021

Regional Update with Brian Phillips | Reshaping the Underwriting Industry

Have you heard? FNTI is reshaping the underwriting industry in the West!  So, we’ve been hitting the pavement, going from Arizona, to Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New […]
August 5, 2021

Message from the CEO | Continued Growth & New Regions

As we start another incredible quarter of growth and expansion, First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) has created additional regions to accommodate the needs of our […]
July 21, 2021

UNDERWRITING Q&A: I have a transaction where the parties intend to put title to the property in the names of minor children. Will this require a conservatorship proceeding? (CO)

A.  No.  Title can be vested in an adult age 21 or older as custodian for minor children under the Colorado Uniform Transfers to Minors Act […]
July 16, 2021

Regional Update with Brian Phillips | Growing Out West

Summer is well under way in the Rocky Mountains, and the shops and restaurants have been buzzing with excited tourists returning to some sense of normal […]
June 24, 2021

LATEST NEWS | First National Title Insurance Company™ Expands and Hires Jacquie Brink as SVP, Great Lakes Region Agency Manager

March 30, 2021

Message from the CEO | Deep Freeze to Spring Blossoms

The national news painted a grim, but accurate, scene in Texas last month. There were rolling blackouts lasting anywhere from two hours to two days. Temperatures dropped to […]