Hughes, Industry Experts, Discuss Future of eClosings
Title Source COO Brian Hughes joins other industry experts for a Q&A on eClosing in MLTA-moderated webinar.

Detroit, Michigan - May 23, 2017

One of the hottest subjects currently trending in the title industry is eClosing, which makes The Future of eClosings, a webinar presented on May 10, by the Michigan Land Title Association (MLTA), a highly relevant topic.

The event was a Q&A style discussion featuring four panelists and an MLTA moderator. Among the industry experts who participated on the panel was Title Source Chief Operating Officer, Brian Hughes, who recently submitted a position paper on the subject to the NASS Remote Notarization Task Force.

“There’s a lot of buzz about eClosing right now,” says Title Source Talent Strategist, Emily Schonberg, who is a member of the MLTA’s Young Title Professional Technology Sub Committee. “This webinar was a must for anybody looking to stay up-to-date on the granular details within the trend.”

The webinar was designed to educate listeners on common terms and definitions, to discuss how eClosing is expected to change the process, and to touch on a range of issues and concerns such as the misconceptions about eClosing replacing the need for signing agents.

Other industry experts scheduled to participate on the panel were Simon Moir of eOriginal, Rick Triola of NotaryCam and Mark Ladd of Simplifile.

“It’s really important to be able to speak in an informed manner on the subject,” says Schonberg. “This webinar provided a great opportunity for people to really get an understanding of the topic.”

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Title Source is one of the largest independent providers of title insurance, property valuations and settlement services in the nation. The company is a preferred provider to nine of the top 10 retail mortgage lenders and provides commercial title services to real estate professionals, corporations and attorneys nationwide. Title Source is based in Detroit, Michigan, and retains regional operating centers in California, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.