Nationwide Title Clearing Inc. is a residential mortgage services firm. Established in 1991, NTC has a huge client base that includes lenders, investors, and servicers within the mortgage industry. Their primary focus is processing and handling the entire documentation process in the county, recording jurisdictions for their clients. NTC was initially headquartered in California, but the headquarters were later moved to Palm Harbor, Florida. Today, the firm has offices in Dallas, Texas as well as over 400 mortgage professionals. The firm prides itself as the number one clients’ mortgage service provider for over 20 years. NTC was named as the 26th fastest growing companies in Tampa Bay in 2013 during the Fast 50 Awards. The firm also won the Inc. Hire Power Award in 2012 and 2013.
NTC’s New and Updated Website
On October 6, 2016, NTC’s head, John Hillman, announced that the firm had completed updating their website, enabling them to provide online property reports ordering services. This came in the wake of calls for action from their clients who were concerned that title defects were causing stagnation of assets within the secondary markets. With these property reports available online, the mortgage market players will have prior knowledge of any claims on a property, enabling them to take the necessary measures early enough.
The Mortgage Bankers Association’s Annual Convention
NTC attended the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Annual Convection and Expo that was held last year in Boston, England. The firm’s representatives during the convention were CEO John Hillman and COO Michael O’Connell. As the NTC’s VP of Marketing, Gina Morales had announced that the company awarded one of the attendees with an all-paid luxury Florida Vacation for visiting their booth during the convention. The vacation will take place this year and includes a two-night stay at Sandpearl Resort & Spa along the Clearwater Beach and a round trip on Southwest Airlines.
Hillman Featured On Brand Focus Industry Podcast
On September 13, 2016, John Hillman was featured on Brand Focus industry podcast, a web audio program that discusses business-to-business partnerships. Hillman said that for a couple of years, the mortgage market players have been paying more to be in compliance. He noted that for mortgage businesses to succeed and to avoid downside risk of noncompliance, they must comply with certain standards. Hillman, however, advised the companies not to overspend on compliance to avoid becoming uncompetitive in the future. He was proud to mention that NTC has put measures in place to protect their clients from overpaying for compliance.