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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.
The Dodd-Frank Act allows the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to litigate its own cases independently of the Department of Justice — except before the Supreme Court. If the landmark PHH v. CFPB case makes it that far, how will a Trump Department of Justice respond?
Loan volume and balances increased in the third quarter as costs stabilized, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Mortgage application volume decreased 0.7% from one week earlier, as conforming and jumbo interest rates reached their highest level in over two years, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
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.
Fitch Ratings maintains its stable rating outlook on the title insurance industry, according to its 2017 Outlook report.
The outlook reflects a belief that rating actions for the industry will on balance approximate current levels over the next 12-24 months, as financial performance is stable and capital levels remain strong based on several measures. Keep reading to learn more.
Title underwriters collectively improved their overall financial stability through third quarter 2016, according to Demotech.
Demotech found that underwriters have remained “vigilant in achieving overall profitability” in the first nine months of 2016, with direct premiums written up more than 7 percent from a year ago.
The agency upgraded one underwriter as well. Read on to learn more from its report.
A title company in Minnesota announced that it expanded into a second office, to cover a second county in the state.
Owner Jana Elton’s announcement comes along with a name change to the firm, which took effect Aug. 1. Read on for more details about the company’s expansion efforts.
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Members of the NMLTA are title insurance agents and underwriters doing business in New Mexico. Employees of dues-paying member companies may register for a free website user account. Website Members gain access to our exclusive Member Home page, containing important announcements, news and other valuable content. We encourage Website Members to further support the NMLTA by becoming a paid Individual Member (see more information on our Membership page). Remember - "Strength in Numbers... Join the Ranks!"