title insurance continuing education: NJLTI has course approved
- 10/15/09 01:10 PM
The New Jersey Land Title Institute has had Ethics and Fraud in Title Insurance approved for continuing education credit online. Fraud along with ethics is something we are hearing and talking a lot about these days. This course will look at both of these issues in the title industry. This course is will provide 1 Ethics CE credit and 2 Title CE credits. It will review the following: (a) Making Ethics Personal (b) The Title Industry Consumer Initiative (c) Understanding Compliance in New Jersey (d) Understanding Compliance – Federal (e) Confronting Pressure & Temptation (f) Managing Funds (g) Recognizing Fraud Go (0 comments)
title insurance continuing education: New Course on Mortgages approved
- 10/03/09 04:45 PM
Learntitle.com, LLC has had “Mortgage Issues in Title” approved for 2 credit hours of continuing education credit in New Jersey. The major lien disclosed on the county level is a mortgage. A mortgage is a limited conveyance of real property, the purpose of which is to create a security interest for an underlying debt, usually a mortgage note. Understanding the mortgage, how it is recorded, and how to remove it from the record is a core understanding of the Title Insurance industry. Go to learntitle.net to enroll. (0 comments)
title insurance continuing education: New course offered by Learntitle.com
- 04/04/09 08:26 PM
Learntitle.com has recently had a course approved by the New Jersey Dept of Banking and Insurance. "How to Search" is now available at www.Learntitle.net. The course is good for 2 hours of continuing education credits. It discusses the proper technique for searching the public records in the courthouses of New Jersey. Something every title agent should know and now can learn about online from the comfort of your home or office.
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