Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. is one of the largest and most successful document processing companies in the nation as eight out of the top ten retail mortgage and banking companies in the nation use them for the bulk of their document, and title needs every day.
The company was established in 1991 as a small local title company, designed to serve their local area, and has become one of the country’s largest processor of mortgage documents and title verification.
Due to its extensive proprietary technologies, Nationwide can reach every county and jurisdiction in the country, totaling over 3,600 entities to search and verify the information that the mortgage industry needs regarding clear titles, lien releases and other documentation needed to verify mortgage and property information.
The primary measurement of a document company is how fast and how accurate the information gets to the client. Nationwide has a .78% failure rate and a 99.89 compliance rate. This simply means that nearly 100% of the documents that are searched for are located, and of those located, just about 100% are correct.
The credit for these remarkable statistics rests solely on the shoulders of the training department and the employees of the company. New hires receive a thorough three-week training regimen, and then when they come out for duty, they are closely monitored until they master their skills at that level. Their abilities are further honed with an additional 150 modules of training which they can take on a voluntary basis. These modules offer training in different directions for advancement.
Great care is taken in measuring how things have gone in the past. Document trailing is a big deal at Nationwide because if you know what has already occurred, you can eliminate the negatives and accentuate the positives. Chelsea Seguin, Assistant Vice-President of File Services for Nationwide, says in a recent White Paper that scoring past performances helps to eliminate those activities that regulators look for, leaving a clean record and giving a platform for improvement.
Nationwide is a good company to work for, as a recent commendation points out. Nationwide has been five out of the past six years as one of the top 100 companies to work for according to the Tampa Bay Times. This survey is an independent evaluation and is out of the hands of the recommended companies.
Nationwide Title Clearing has come a long way from its humble beginnings and is likely to continue its winning ways for a long time to come.
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