Whether you’re an examiner or an escrow officer, you’ll find
valuable insights into examining and closing a property that has been
foreclosed in our Webinar: Examining Title After Tax Sale or Judgement Execution Sale.
In Texas, liens can be foreclosed non-judicially (i.e.,
without court action), or judicially, which requires a court to issue a final
order of foreclosure before a foreclosure sale can be conducted. Examples
of liens that must be foreclosed judicially are ad valorem tax liens, and
abstracts of judgment.
Judicial foreclosures are the focus of this webinar, which
includes examination of judicial foreclosure’s impact on the examiner’s
production of a commitment to insure, as well as the closer’s responsibility to
ensure that all requirements are met.
For both types of foreclosures, the following will be
- An Overview of the
- Underwriting Guidelines
- Sample Schedule B
Presenter: Lisa M. Beville, CTIP, CPA, Vice President/Agency Support Services, Regional Training Coordinator, Fidelity National Title Group
1.0 Escrow Credit (expires 7/1/20)
1.0 MCLE Credit (expires 6/30/19)
For those with more experience on topic and/or the title industry. May include in-depth coverage, examples and/or highly detailed information.
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