First National Title Insurance Company

April 7, 2017

DJ’s Motivational Monday | Working with the Masters of the Title Industry

“Take time to be thankful for what you have. You can always have more, but you could have less.” This past week was Masters Week in […]
March 15, 2017

Underwriting Q&A | When receipting a contract and earnest money, is it acceptable to receive and/or deliver an option fee?

Q: When receipting a contract and earnest money, is it acceptable to receive and/or deliver an option fee? A: Delivery by the Realtor to the title […]
January 23, 2017

George’s Updates | My Fellow Americans…

Friday we swore in the 45th President of the United States. Regardless of your political leanings, such an event demonstrates the greatness of our country through a […]
January 20, 2017

FNTI Stops By to Welcome New Agent, Unlimited Title Group, in Doral, Florida!

First National Title Insurance welcomes our newest agent office in Doral, Florida, Unlimited Title Group. Pictured from Left to Right: Julie Borges, Emelinda Moran, and Guillermo […]
January 18, 2017

George Stablein Delivers First FNTI Webinar of 2017!

George Stablein delivered the first FNTI webinar of 2017 for Texas agents on the subject of same-sex marriages and title insurance, and it was a record […]
January 9, 2017

DJ’s Motivational Monday | How Fit is our Company?

Welcome 2017! As each year begins, people flock to the gym in January to fulfill a New Year resolution to become fit. In the same way, […]
January 6, 2017

First National Title Insurance Expands Legal Staff

First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) recognizes that the services you need to grow your business must involve the support of a strong legal team.  A […]
December 14, 2016

Underwriting Q & A | How Do I Handle Overtime Now?

Below is an excerpt of a recent article regarding the recent nationwide injunction affecting employers across the country issued by  U.S. District Judge Amos L. Mazzant. […]
November 16, 2016

Underwriting Q & A | May we pay the property taxes in Texas for 2016 and insure that 2017 taxes are “not yet due and payable”?

Q:   May we pay the property taxes in Texas for 2016 and insure that 2017 taxes are “not yet due and payable”? A:  Short Answer is […]