Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) Featured in Giants of Innovation

Mortgage Post-Closing Services Provider NTC Spotlighted in New Giants of Innovation Book, Which Will Be Released by HousingWire at the ASF 2012 Conference in Las Vegas
PALM HARBOR, Fla.,  – Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), the country’s foremost post-closing services provider for residential mortgages, is among the industry leaders featured in the new Giants of Innovation book from HousingWire. The publication will be released during the upcoming American Securitization Forum conference, which is the largest capital markets conference in the world. ASF 2012 will be held at the ARIA in Las Vegas from January 22–25.

HousingWire publishes its Giants series annually. Giants of Innovation showcases leading mortgage technology companies, profiling select firms that exhibit strong business leadership, demonstrate a willingness to take risks, and create and implement cutting-edge products. “While each concept is completely unique, there is one commonality that each company possesses – each is an industry leader dedicated to pushing the envelope and setting the standard,” said Paul Jackson, publisher.

NTC has made a name for itself by reinventing the mortgage assignment document process for the betterment of borrowers, homeowners, land records and the industry at large. These ongoing efforts have contributed to NTC’s reputation as a true innovator. “We collaborated with the nation’s most respected mortgage lenders and servicers to revolutionize the way mortgage assignments are prepared,” stated John Hillman, CEO of Nationwide Title Clearing. “Through our PerfectChain(SM) Assignment Verification Process, we have established best practices that set a new industry standard.”

Hillman explained that NTC felt it was necessary to overhaul the assignment process to help mortgage lenders and servicers comply with government regulations as well as the standards mandated by their own legal departments. “The process needed to be improved in such a way to guarantee and provide evidence of document accuracy, while also being feasible for mortgage lenders/servicers to implement,” he elaborated. “There are more than 3,600 county recording offices throughout the United States, and each one has its own rules and obligations. Our PerfectChain(SM) process makes it possible to meet the exacting requirements of every one of those offices.”

NTC’s land records/document experience and cutting-edge technology are described in greater detail within Giants of Innovation. ASF 2012 attendees may obtain a copy of the publication at the HousingWire booth in the conference exhibit hall. Additional copies will be mailed directly to an exclusive list of key mortgage servicers, lenders and investors, and an online version will be made available at a later date.

To learn more about Nationwide Title Clearing and its wide range of mortgage post-closing services, visit or call  727-771-4000 .

About Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.
Headquartered in Palm Harbor, Fla., Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) was founded in 1991 and incorporated in 1992; and has since grown to become the nation’s leading post-closing services provider for the residential mortgage industry. In addition to supporting lenders, servicers and investors – including eight of the top 10 residential mortgage servicers in the country – NTC also contracts directly with several federal government agencies. The company’s land records and document experts are able to track and fulfill county document requirements for more than 3,600 recording jurisdictions nationwide, and have considerable experience with state notary laws and valid execution practices. NTC specializes in processing lien releases, assignments, Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS®) services, final documents, document retrieval, title searches, title policy retrieval, title policy replacement, capital markets/hedge fund bundled services, imaging and other custom business solutions. For more information about Nationwide Title Clearing, visit the company’s website at

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