technology advanced rapidly in 2017 to the benefit of real estate professionals
and consumers alike. Now, as we begin 2018, homebuyers expect to have their
mortgages processed online, at rocket speed. Attend this webinar to find out
how Texas is again leading the way, this time in the area of Online
eNotarization and the passage of H.B. 1217. This law is effective July 1st,
2018. The Secretary of State is now working with stakeholders on rules in
anticipation of the law going into effect. Join veteran Texas title agent and
TLTA official, Celia Flowers, as she grills a Texas-domiciled underwriter in
determining whether the passage of this bill means profits or pitfalls for your
title agency as this story unfolds.
This webinar will cover the following:
- The difference between eNotarization and Online/Remote
- Texas online notary laws and regulations regarding
eNotarizations and online/remote notarizations
- Effective dates and implementation processes
- What to expect when performing these transactions
- How to prepare your staff and business operations
- Technology options and requirements
- IT security and privacy concerns
- And much more!
Presenters: Heidi E. Junge, Senior Underwriter, Stewart Title Guaranty Company
Marvin Stone, SVP, Business Integration/CFPB Program Manager, Stewart Title
Celia C. Flowers, Owner, East Texas Title Companies
1.0 Escrow Credit (expires 4/5/20)
1.0 MCLE Credit (expires 3/31/19)
For those new to the topic and/or the title industry. May include basic concepts, definitions, industry history and/or general information.
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