Marketing Tips For Your Solo or Small Law Firm

Running your own law practice or being part of a small firm requires you to wear many hats. Not only are you practicing law but you are managing the firm as a small business owner, billing clients as an accountant or keeping track of calls as a secretary. The one…

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3 Factors That Really Matter When Marketing Your Law Practice’s Website

Growing your law practice and expanding its growth can be quite the challenge as a lawyer. Having the right website that distinguishes you as a leader in the law industry is crucial for maximizing your success and propelling your growth. In order to do so, its key to focus on…

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Is Your Company Prepared For E-Closings?

Since the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce (E-Sign) Act became law in 2000, there’s been a lot of speculation as to when the use of e-sign and e-closing would take over as standards in the mortgage industry. At a glance, it appears that TRID compliance should have been…

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Clipping Increased Closing Costs For Title Agents

First American Title recently released their Real Estate Sentiment Index (RESI) report for 2016, and it indicates significant increases in title agents’ cost to close a transaction. On a national average, title agents reported their costs had risen by $210 per transaction in the third quarter of 2016. Regional variances…

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Speed Through Required Documents For Real Estate Closings

Real Estate Closing Attorneys and Title Closing Agents are responsible for producing a great deal of critical, required documents for real estate closings, on a very tight schedule. The smaller the practice, the more of a challenge it can be to ensure full compliance with TRID requirements, ALTA Best Practices,…

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Cutting Operation Costs That Can Affect Real Estate Transactions

As  anyone involved in the real estate industry knows, operation costs can easily get out of control, thanks to inefficiency and dealing with disparate, sometimes redundant, systems that are often based on fallible manual document preparation and poor communication. A recent study by Accenture found that the title production process…

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Improving Mortgage Industry Cyber Security Through Secure Communications

Improving Mortgage Industry Cyber Security

Cyber Crime, including phishing and hacking are nothing new, but in recent years, the amount of Cyber Crime specifically targeting real estate transactions has skyrocketed. In May 2015, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) issued an alert to its members warning of variations on a fraud scheme in which hackers…

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Proposed Changes To TRID Aim To Make Implementation Simpler

When the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule (TRID, a.k.a. the Know Before You Owe mortgage rule), went into effect in October of 2015, its intent was to create an environment of informed consumers and to prevent buyers from biting off more than they could chew in the real estate market. The…

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3 Rules to Follow When Making the Right Software Selection for Your Practice

Making the Right Software Selection for Your Practice

Making a decision on software to help run your family law and real estate closing practice is an important decision that will have an effect on your process. When making an educated comparison on which software best fits your needs, it’s key to analyze certain factors that can help you…

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