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September 21, 2020

UNDERWRITING Q&A: Can a Quitclaim Deed be used, instead of a foreclosure, to eliminate the interest of a vendee? (Florida)

A: Most likely, no.   An Agreement for Deed, also known as an “Installment Land Contract” is a form of owner financing.  The seller initially conveys equitable […]
September 21, 2020

UNDERWRITING Q&A: At what point will title be insurable following a tax sale in Arizona?

A:  These will always be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.  Prior to obtaining a Treasurer’s Deed, the purchaser at a tax sale must bring an action […]
September 21, 2020

Underwriting Q&A: Does a Tax Lien Deed of Trust have priority over a lien filed of record prior in time? (TX)

A: Yes. While we may have covered this subject in past blog topics or bulletins, we continue to see claims filed wherein a tax lien deed […]
September 17, 2020

Out & About: Scalloping with Frontier Title Group

FNTI spent Labor Day Weekend with the Bushnell Frontier Title branch scalloping out of Crystal River, FL into the Gulf of Mexico! Frontier Title is run […]
September 15, 2020

Out & About: Agents Staying Safe & Showing their FNTI Spirit!

We are loving all our agents out there representing FNTI with our new face masks/scarfs! You all are looking fantastic out there! Stay safe! Don’t have […]
September 15, 2020

AGENT SPOTLIGHT: Frontier Title Group

FNTI has really turned the corner in the State of Florida this year, and we’ve been able to do that by partnering up with some quality […]
August 24, 2020

UNDERWRITING Q&A: What is the Data Call and is it really required? (Florida)

A: Florida DFS-licensed title agencies, located in and outside Florida, are required to  submit information (“The Data Call”) about their businesses to the Florida Office of […]
August 20, 2020

Congratulations to Hill Country Titles and Celebrating 50 Years in Business!

Congratulations Hill Country Titles and 50 Years in Business! We here at FNTI are so honored to work with you all and we celebrate your success! […]
August 20, 2020

UNDERWRITING Q&A: Is title derived from a Beneficiary Deed insurable in Colorado?

A:  Yes, provided certain underwriting criteria are followed.  Beneficiary Deeds, called Transfer on Death or TOD deeds in other jurisdictions, were created by Colorado statute in […]