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 […]
March 24, 2021

TITLE TIPS: TX Title Agents! Make Sure Your Title Agent Bond Is Enough!

HEADS UP! As you get ready to renew your title agent license with the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI), make sure that your title agent bond […]
March 24, 2021

Out & About: TREC Contract Amendments Class with Sean Everest

FNTI’s Sean Everest taught a class on the new TREC CE regarding the new contract changes. Thanks for having us Texas Secure Title Company and Sixteen100Realty Group!
February 26, 2021

LATEST NEWS | First National Title Insurance Company™ Adds Norma Scott as Agency Manager

January 27, 2021

Message from the CEO | Recap of 2020

The title insurance industry is one of the few to emerge from 2020 in better shape than it was at the end of 2019. Due to […]
January 20, 2021

Underwriting Q&A: Is a Small Estate Affidavit an acceptable/insurable procedure to handle the affairs of an intestate decedent?(TX)

A: In limited situations, the Small Estate Affidavit may be relied upon to evidence a transfer of the decedent’s homestead property as discussed below. The Small […]
January 15, 2021

EDUCATION & TRAINING: TDI Notices and Updates

View on/as webpage Notices and reminders for escrow officers and title agents / direct operations Escrow officers can now use Sircon to renew and apply for a license. Paper application […]
January 13, 2021

Out & About: Survey Education with Sewell Title

Our lovely and talented George Stablein speaking on Surveys at Winslow’s Wine Cafe for Sewell Title. Thanks everyone at Sewell who came out! We love being able […]
December 30, 2020

Message from the CEO | 2020 Was a Year for the Title Industry Record Books!

Who could have imagined that 2020 would become a record year for the industry?  In January, the economy was humming along and interest rates were low.  […]