LATEST NEWS: FNTI is Assigned Financial Stability Rating® of A’ (A Prime), Unsurpassed, by Demotech, Inc. April 5, 2018 First National Title Insurance Company (FNTI) is proud to announce that it has been assigned a Financial Stability Rating® (FSR) of A’ (A Prime), Unsurpassed, by Demotech, Inc. This level of FSR is assigned to insurers
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS! Three GIFT CARDS winners have been selected! 1st Place 105 Likes – Texas Secure Title 2nd Place 69 Likes – Kelli Owens & Capital Title – Post Oak 3rd Place 59 Likes – Volusia Title Close Competitors! Thank you to everyone who participated! We LOVE our Agents!
First things first…no more daylight saving time! Now that I got that out of the way, let’s talk about what we want to become in your lives—a friend. Looking at our remittances (which are again on another record pace), it is interesting to see that the closer our relationship is with an agent, the greater
Q: Can an attorney be a devisee in a will that he/she prepared? A: No. Section 254.003 of the Texas Estates Code recites that any gift made in a Will is void when the gift is made to 1) an attorney who prepares or supervises the preparation of the will; 2) a close family member
Have you ever been so proud of something you just can’t help it? Being proud brings feelings of honor and respect to things we value and will always put a smile on any face. There is so much negative news these days that I have joked with my wife that I might start the “Hallmark
This month, we are kicking off our own March Madness contest by celebrating how CRAZY we are for our Independent Agents! Not only will we be sharing how CRAZY we are for YOU, we want to see how crazy our agents really are for FNTI! From March 1st – 23rd, take a photo with your team and the
This month’s FNTI webinar on the topic of bankruptcy had a special guest drop by. Harrison Smith, one of the in-house attorneys and Arlington, Texas office manager of Texas Secure Title Company, joined George Stablein, EVP of FNTI, to discuss what the title professional should know about bankruptcy. We always welcome having guests, and we
Question: Are Transfer on Death Deeds effective mechanisms for transferring real property? Answer: Texas – Yes. Through a recorded Transfer on Death Deed (“TODD”), a real property owner can designate a beneficiary or beneficiaries to automatically receive the property upon the owner’s death. The beneficiary has no interest in the real property during the owner’s lifetime
FNTI was in full participation at the TLTA Land Title School in February, 2018. This year the team proudly provided committee members, instructors, scholarships, a sponsorship of the newly created TLTA University and also sent two actual attendees of the school.