Nationwide Title Clearing leads the way in Assignment Processing Services by providing comprehensive loan transfer services for bulk sales and acquisitions, ensuring we address every detail of the mortgage assignment process for mortgage lenders, servicers and investors.
Our Loan Transfer and Assignment Services include every step, from start to finish. These include: data capture, file inventory, reviews, document imaging, exception handling, assignment document preparation, and county recording or eRecording. Nationwide Title Clearing also offers a complete resolution process for problem files and research services, making it easy to procure and repair documents mandatory to transfer the loan or record an assignment. We also offer additional benefits that include file imaging and indexing at the file location in order to expedite our already streamlined services.
Furthermore, NTC offers PerfectChain(R) Assignment Verification Reports. eliminating many of the common issues with assignment chain problems. We conduct a review of the mortgage/assignment chain from actual land records, giving
Nationwide Title Clearing a distinct advantage that sets the bar for industry accuracy and efficiency. Nationwide Title Clearing wants to become your strategic business partner for assignment services.
Benefits & Features
- Nationwide Title Clearing improves investment relationships by eliminating hold-backs and other penalties, completing assignments on your timeline and transfer dates. We simplify the MERS registration and update process. Our economies of scale make our low rates possible. NTC eliminates internal staffing issues by having our team prepare and complete all of the challenging paperwork. As available, all of our services include custom integration with client systems, providing sustained and updated access for our patrons through web reporting.
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