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Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) to Attend and Exhibit at National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo 2012

NTC Will Spotlight Mortgage Post-Closing Services – Including Lien Releases and Assignment Verification – at Mortgage Bankers Association® (MBA) Servicing Conference in Orlando

(PALM HARBOR, Fla.) Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), the industry’s leading post-closing services provider for residential mortgages, will be among the featured exhibitors at the National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo 2012. Hosted by the Mortgage Bankers Association® (MBA), the annual conference focuses on the latest developments in the evolving mortgage servicing marketplace and will be held February 21–24 at the Orlando World Center Marriott.

Attendees of the Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo will be able to meet with NTC representatives and learn more about the company’s comprehensive product and service offerings. NTC provides a full spectrum of post-closing services for mortgage originators, servicers and investors, as well as agents and homeowners. The company is perhaps best known for its expertise in lien release processing and management, which accounts for the largest proportion of its document preparation services. A lien release is a required document that is to be filed by the lender upon payoff of a loan to cancel the mortgage as the final step in the payoff process.

This conference could not come at a better time to bring together these professionals. According to a recent news article by the Tampa Bay Times, mortgage applications jumped 23.1 percent nationally last week on low rates and a dramatic upswing in refinancing activity, the Mortgage Bankers Association and new applications for home purchases rose 10.4 percent from the previous week. In fact, the increases have led some real estate experts and economists to think Tampa Bay’s worst housing days are over (2).

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