Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. Continues to Lead the Industry

In 1991, Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. was established as a local title company, reaching primarily its town and the surrounding area. Today, it is one of the largest wholesale title companies in America, and it has a workforce of over 570 employees. Eight out of the ten top retail mortgage companies use Nationwide as their sole supply source for documents.

 

The primary attribute that a company such as Nationwide can offer to clients is the accuracy and the speed with which documents can be located and transmitted to the client on a timely basis. Nationwide has the capacity of reaching out to all of the jurisdictions and counties in America that store property records. The company has a reject rate of less than 1% and a compliance rate of 99.8%. These figures can be translated to the fact that nearly 100% of everything searched for is found, and nearly 100% of the records that are found are accurate.

 

Much credit is placed where it should be, to the employees who handle the day to day operations. The training that a new employee receives is very much in depth, and it is on a fast track. There is a three-week intensive training starter program, and then an employee is put right on the floor with a supervisor monitoring until the initial tasks are mastered for that level.

 

Employees have an additional 150 training and educational modules which can be completed voluntarily. These modules are pathways to moving up in the company and can be taken on work time that is set aside for that purpose.

 

Nationwide handles lien releases, lien verifications, lien reports, tax reports, ownership reports, assignments, document retrieval, document processing, nationwide abstractor services, assignment verification reports, current ownership records, tax status reports, and many other document types that pertain to the mortgage and property industry.

 

Nationwide has received notations in five out of the last six years that the company is listed as being in the top 100 favorite companies for employees like to work, as published in the Tampa Bay Times. Employees do like to work at Nationwide, and they tend to stick around. There is ample opportunity to make a good living and to work their way up the ladder.

 

The reasons that Nationwide has done so well over the years rest on the fact that they have been able to deliver the right documents to clients over a very long time and they are quick to correct any errors or mistakes. As the company continues to grow and provide excellent service, there is evidence that the trend will continue.

 

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