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Consummation is the day the borrower becomes legally obligated under the loan, which would be the date of signing, even if the loan has a rescission period. It is important to note the definition of consummation can be different than the closing date as defined in the purchase agreement where the buyer becomes contractually obligated...Read More
March 25, 2020 Dear Fidelity National Title clients, At Fidelity National Title, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and wanted to provide you with an update regarding our company. The Counties of Dallas, Collin, Tarrant and Denton recently announced a shelter-in-place order. As members of the financial services sector, we...Read More
COVID-19 Update from the FNF Family of Companies We at the FNF Family of Companies continue to closely monitor the latest developments regarding COVID-19. We realize that you are relying upon our ability to continue to provide guidance during these uncertain times. To assist in that guidance, we created and are constantly updating our FNF...Read More
February 11, 2020 2019 Internet Crime Report Released Data Reflects an Evolving Threat and the Importance of Reporting Internet-enabled crimes and scams show no signs of letting up, according to data released by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in its 2019 Internet Crime Report. The last calendar year saw both the highest number of complaints...Read More
There are many participants in a sale transaction, each having a very specific and purposeful role in the transaction. Below we have outlined some of the participants and their roles in a sale transaction. The Buyer(s) Tenders a written offer to purchase (or accepts the Seller’s counter-offer) accompanied by a good faith deposit amount. Applies...Read More
Title insurance is a contract of indemnity between the insured and a title company. The form of the contract is determined by the Texas Department of Insurance. Likewise, title insurance rates in Texas are promulgated by the Department and are uniform for all title companies. There are two major types of policy. The Owner’s Policy...Read More
With home ownership comes the need to protect against the past, as well as the future. Each successive owner brings the possibility of title challenges to the property. Title insurance protects a policy holder against challenges to rightful ownership of real property that arise from circumstances of past ownership. Here are some examples...Read More