Now available as an on-demand program, watch at your convenience!

Texas title insurance professionals have been calling for an educational program that helps agents strengthen, preserve and perpetuate their abstracting and examination departments – this new on-demand course will provide title professionals with one to three years title industry experience with valuable and comprehensive information regarding the process of abstracting and examining. Attendees will learn about the fundamentals of abstracting and examination from experienced pros.

On-Demand Program Includes:

Title Examination Standards
Chance Perkins, CAEP, Vice President, Underwriting Counsel, First National Title Insurance Company
An overview of the history and purpose of the Texas Title Examination Standards and their relation to the issuance of title insurance policies, endorsements and the Basic Manual and Title 11.
The Art of the Search
Brandi Abercrombie, CESP, CTIP, Texas Agency Manger, Vice President Escrow Education, National Investors Title Insurance Company
A discussion of ownership, estates, types of documents and an introduction to the process.
Title Commitments 
Brandi Abercrombie, CESP, CTIP
What are they and how do they relate to the search and examination process?
Surveys: Dealing with the Facts
J. Christopher Phillips, President & CEO, First National Title Insurance Company and Sean Everest, Vice President, Underwriting Counsel, First National Title Insurance Company
Learn the essentials and get an in-depth review of surveys.
Common Examination Problems
Lisa M. Beville, JD, CPA, CTIP, VP/Agency Support Services/Regional Education Coordinator, Fidelity National Title Group
An explanation of how homestead, estates and more may affect the final product.
Read, Read, Read
All speakers
What are you looking for on all those documents?
CE – 5.5 hours of Escrow Credit
NOTE: If you attended the Virtual Abstracting & Examination Fundamentals presentation and received credit, you will not be eligible for credit for the on-demand version 

Comments from Abstracting & Examination Fundamentals virtual attendees:

It's great to have the vast experience and knowledge of the speakers in one program. Their expertise, concise answers and personal experiences bring the educational value of this program to a new level. What a great teaching tool for new employees along with needed reminders about basic elements of examination for more experienced folks. The entire program was well put together, broad in topics and on-point in it's thorough information.

Been in the business 28 years and try to keep learning as much as I can to stay current and not get stale. This was the most interesting CE course I've taken in years. Learned lots of things I didn't know.

Informative and organized very well. I'm relatively new to both escrow and exam and this was a great introduction to the field. There's was a great cross section of basic to more advanced information kept the sessions interesting.

The scope of everything covered made me feel like I got a jump start and a lot of tied a lot of different subject relating to abstracting and examination together.

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