Nationwide Title Clearing Inc. (NTC) is a top rank company providing research and document processing services to the real estate mortgage industry. The firm sources its data from counties with an included human verification system that makes it possible for leading lenders to gain services that adhere to the set re-edited regulations.
NTC was launched in 1991 in Palm Harbor, Florida. The Company has an estimated annual income of $100 to $500 million dollars and an employee total of about 100 to 250.
NTC has a detailed document processing procedure that filters out the extensive results of a client’s fields and extra documents orders. The company’s target is to provide services that meet the updated customer’s needs and customized property report.
The clients served by NTC include: Mortgage investors, lenders, servicers, financial institutions and the ten leading real estate mortgage firms in the US. The major specialty service provided by NTC include land and property research, assignment services, document tracking and retrieval among other mortgage business solutions.
NTC was ranked as the 26th fastest growing companies in Tampa Bay on the 2013 Fast 50 Awards. In 2012, NTC occupied spot 2730 on the Inc. 500/5000 enlistment of the fastest rising firms in the nation. It 2013, the company moved up the list to position 1900.
The company opened a Texas office with an aim to provide consistent exceptional services to their clients in case of an interruption in business. The new office will ensure that NTC maintains their customers’ details and employee number required to keep the business afloat.
In June of 2014, an announcement was made that the organization had addressed the concern of defective property title documents by posting the documents online for easier ordering.The report on defective documents was triggered by incorrect foreclosures and slow property transactions in the second hand market.
The key factors that flawed the documents included:
Wrongful terminology that doesn’t adhere to the real estate industry, inclusion of previous taxes on the property in question which affect the marketing of the property, elimination of signatures of all the parties involved in the transaction or documents that lack the set procedural standard of the real estate industry.
Nationwide Title Clearing executives responded by acknowledging that property documents determine the smoothness of property dealings’ procedures. The company set to ease the workload of the parties involved in such business easier by upgrading their website with the accommodation of the documents.
John Hillman, the CEO of NTC reported that NTC has utilized its research and efficient document processing services to provide land data in a simplified format to the public.