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We are a voluntary trade association of New Mexico title insurance agents and title insurance companies. Our members are committed to providing professional, reliable and honest escrow and title services to all, without exception.
In order to address lenders' issues with mortgage servicing rights financing, the industry needs to reconsider its typical securitization structures.
The Connecticut bank said a spike in business lending and residential mortgages gave its fourth-quarter earnings a boost.
Commercial real estate loan growth and the Hudson City acquisition fueled fourth-quarter profit growth at M&T Bank in Buffalo, N.Y.
Since 1927 the Members of NMLTA have been protecting New Mexico consumers by providing professional Real Estate Settlement services and valuable Title Insurance products. Please refer to the links on the left side and the top navigation menu of this home page for information about Title Insurance and our Association. For helpful publications and websites having to do with title insurance, home mortgages and the closing process, see the Consumer Links on the right side of this page. To make any comments or to report problems of any kind, please click on the Consumer Voice link on the right and submit the details to NMLTA Officers.
Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee charged in a newly released report that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray might have violated federal law in rulemaking involving larger participants in the consumer auto-lending market.
If the charge were true, it could expose Cordray to being removed from his post under the “for-clause” provision of the Dodd-Frank Act.
“Ignoring the Administrative Procedure Act — a landmark law for ensuring the public is included in rulemaking — is unbecoming of a public servant,” committee member Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-Illinois) told The Title Report.
Reports from the 12 Federal Reserve Districts indicated that the economy continued to expand at a modest pace across most regions from late November through the end of the year.
Residential and commercial construction activity remains elevated in Cleveland, while New York’s commercial real estate market slackened.
Keep reading to learn more on the latest Fed observations.
DocuSign named a new CEO who has more than 25 years of executive leadership and experience, including a decade as chairman and CEO at an industry-leading publicly traded company.
The company’s previous CEO, Keith Krach, will continue in his role as chairman of DocuSign’s board of directors.
Keep reading to learn more about the new leadership.
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