Title Source leaders Angela Crusoe, Sherry Dukic, Brian Stein, Erin Faulkner, Brad Miller, Jenn Sting and Aaron Weller attended the Michigan Land Title Association (MLTA) Convention at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City, Michigan July 17 – 18. At the convention, attendees were able to collaborate with the state’s underwriting counsel while learning about best practices and industry news. Additionally, Title Source sponsored the welcome dinner and welcome reception at the three day event.
“I think it’s imperative that Title Source has involvement in associations like MLTA,” said Title Source Vice President of Title Production Brad Miller. “It’s a great opportunity to bring together many of the key stakeholders in the industry and to share best practices with others in the state.”
Attendees at the convention heard from top influencers such as Congressman David Trott, who covered news from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and American Land Title Association (ALTA), while President Daniel Mennenoh spoke about tax reform changes and online notaries. Title Source leaders also listened to discussions on the economy and news from Fannie Mae Senior Vice President Doug Duncan.
“I like that we have such a tightknit title industry in Michigan,” said Miller. “There’s always a lot of meaningful collaboration and conversation at the convention. It helps everyone keep up on best practices and moves our industry forward.”
Title Source will continue its involvement with the MLTA, as it has multiple representatives taking part in committees for next year. MLTA’s 2018 conference will take place July 15 – 17 at Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island.
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Title Source is the largest independent provider of title insurance, property valuations and settlement services in the nation. The company is a preferred provider to nine of the top 10 retail mortgage lenders and provides commercial title services to real estate professionals, corporations and attorneys nationwide. Title Source is based in Detroit, Michigan, and retains regional operating centers in California, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.