Topics (Please note: Course order subject to change without notice)
These topics were presented at our Orlando educational event. If you have already received credit for this course, you may not receive credit again.
Florida’s Promulgated Endorsements
You’ve never heard of the endorsement the lender is demanding. A CLTA form what? We’ll help you crack the code to learn which endorsements you may issue, under what conditions they may be issued and for how much, and we’ll explain why every endorsement isn’t available here.
Presented by Dave Morgan, Esq., Underwriting Counsel
BEC and Wire Fraud Counterintelligence
Wire fraud through Business Account Compromise has become an epidemic in real estate transactions. This course discusses what Business Email Compromise is, how it is occurring as well as the financial impact of wire fraud in real estate transactions. It will also discuss suggestions on how to help protect your company, clients and customers from falling victim to wire fraud.
Presented by Krista Christensen, Esq., VP/Risk Manager, Cyber and Wire Strategies
Preventative Measures: Averting Claims
We will take a deep dive into the world of claims to review your ethical and professional responsibilities, while arming you with the best intelligence to avert and avoid common claims. There is trickery, negligence and honest mistakes out in the field, so we want you to be prepared to guard against attacks from all sides. And as an added bonus, you’ll hear of some exciting claims stories. Stay tuned.
Presented by Al Gomez-Vidal, Esq., Regional Underwrting Counsel
Decryption of the Survey
It’s a covert operation, providing survey coverage in the title insurance policy. For this mission, you’ll need a key to break the cipher used by those savvy cryptologists, the underwriter and the surveyor. Using the proper algorithms, such as professional survey maps, sound underwriting analysis and reported title insurance claims, you’ll have enough intel to decrypt any survey that comes your way.
Presented by Christina Taylor, Esq., Speaker and Education Specialist
The Take on Commercial Transactions
This topic will help you get your commercial transaction to the closing table. You will learn to properly establish authority for corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships. Mortgage modifications, their pricing, and their effect on priority will be covered. We’ll discuss dealing with the ever-troublesome world of open notices of commencement and claims of lien. Other topics will include dealing with Federal Agency lenders, insuring airspace, leasehold policies, and more generally, how commercial transactions differ from residential transactions.
Presented by Patrick Quirk, Esq., Commercial Transactions Underwriter
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Department of Financial Services
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Provider #407
These courses have been approved by the DFS for insurance continuing education credit.
- Florida’s Promulgated Endorsements
Course ID #108047, 1 hour title
- BEC and Wire Fraud Counterintelligence
- Course ID #108051, 1 hour title
- Preventative Measures: Averting Claims
Course ID #108084, 1 hour ethics
- Decryption of the Survey
Course ID #108049, 1 hour title
- The Take on Commercial Transactions
Course ID #108050, 1 hour title
The Florida Bar
TASC: Undercover Ops #1902573N
- General: 5 CLER credit hours
- Ethics: 1 hour
- Technology: 1 hour
- Real Estate Certification: 5 hours
This program has met the requirements of the National Association of Legal Assistants for a maximum of 5 CLE credits, including 1 ethics credit.
The price for this event is $65, subject to availability. Early Bird Special! $10 off until Friday, August 9th at 5pm EST. Guest price is $65 which includes breakfast, lunch and cocktail reception (18+ only, does not include attendance to seminar). You can register here and pay by credit card, check or PayPal.
PayPal account is NOT required, but if you currently have your chosen credit card tied to a PayPal account, you must log in to your PayPal account in order to use that card.