NS3 Preview: Sessions Cover the Forefront of the Industry | News
Wednesday, June 1, The title report Editor-in-Chief Erica Peterson is set to moderate a discussion between HomeLight Closing Services President Ankur Bansal and Changing Latitudes Real Estate CEO and Team Leader Carrie Courtney on how cash is king on the frontline of buying a house. Bansal and Courtney will talk about the proliferation of cash offer programs and what securities companies can do to keep up with changing expectations.
“With nearly one in three homes bought by investors with cash, buyers are finding it hard to compete, especially now that interest rates are rising,” Bansal said. October research. “Agents, their clients as well as title companies will need to adapt to this new normal and use modern solutions to win in this rapidly changing real estate landscape.”
Also on Wednesday, Craig Haskins, Chief Operating Officer of Knight Barry Title Group, and Wayne Stanley, Owner and Chief Inspirational Officer of Bowe Digital, will join forces for a fast-paced, interactive conversation on how best to plan for the future. of your company. They plan to cover many areas, including technology, recruiting and nurturing talent, growing your business, engaging with underwriters, and how to effectively communicate change.
Thursday June 2 includes sessions on the Cutting Edge track. One features CertfID co-founder and executive chairman Tom Cronkright and Stephen Dougherty, financial fraud investigator with the US Secret Service Global Investigative Operations Center, discussing how best to give employees, partners and customers ways to provide the strongest line of defense against cybercrime.
The pair will discuss the evolution of phishing, how scammers hijack email accounts and change settings to avoid detection, domain spoofing strategies, and how to educate and engage consumers. employees and customers to bolster cybersecurity defenses, thereby reducing the risk of a cyber incident, Cronkright said.
“Phishing and email compromise are the leading cause of cyber breaches. As the threat of data loss and electronic fraud continues to escalate in the title industry, it is important to understand how people can weaken or strengthen cyber defenses,” he added.
Hear the latest on RON with Evolve Mortgage Services eMortgage Division President Tim Anderson, Boston National Stock President Nathan Bossers, and Stavvy Head of Legal and Capital Markets Jeremy Potter. As RON adoption grows nationwide, jurisdictional confusion also increases. Learn how RON works and how to increase your participation.
Confused about crypto? Learn about the real estate transaction system with President and Managing Member of Armor Settlement Services, Tali Raphaely, and World Class Title co-owner, Chris Sauerzopf. Dodd Frank Update Editor Logan Barno is expected to moderate the discussion on how cryptocurrency works and where these transactions are successfully used.
Discover the latest trends in mortgage transactions thanks to the annual panel of lenders. Panel members include Christopher Kiblin, Branch Head of Movement Mortgage Area, and Kate Steineman, Senior Vice President, Senior Director of Business Execution within Wells Fargo’s Title and Closing Operations team. Home Lending. Closing Exchange CEO Alan Frelix will moderate the discussion.
The Underwriters’ Panel is another popular annual presentation, where leaders of the nation’s top underwriters discuss the industry’s hottest topics. Panel members include Executive Vice President of Old Republic National Title Insurance Co., Jeff Bluhm, President and CEO of First National Title Insurance Co., Chris Phillips, Chairman of DOMA, Emilio Fernandez, President of the Stewart Group, Agency Operations Tara Smith, Executive Vice President of Fidelity National Financial, Agency Division Head
Rob Wineman and First American Title Insurance Co. Executive Vice President Evan Zanic, President of the Agencies Division.
Friday, June 3 includes a change of pace with the informative and entertaining Elliot Eisenberg, chief economist at GraphsandLaughs, a Miami-based economic advisory firm. The internationally renowned speaker will share his predictions for the 2022 economy, both sunny and cloudy days.
Also on Friday, AcuMax Executive Consultant Ed Fisher, CEO and President of the Community Title Network
Mike Ridgway and Darryl Turner Corp. CEO Darryl Turner will discuss how to optimize your sales success to keep up with the changing industry.
“A lot of things have changed forever. I believe the sales process has changed forever in our business,” Ridgway said. “Realtors really need to focus on how to create or change sales processes that will be effective depending on how the dynamics of real estate agents change and how they conduct their business.”
He pointed to national data that shows sales teams are struggling to use their traditional approach, causing burnout. The panel will review ways to ensure team members are well positioned for success.
“Title agents can learn to avoid these issues in the future by creating a more efficient approach to sales,” Ridgway said. “An effective sales program should and will provide maximum return on investment for any title agency. However, to create such return on investment, the program must match the right person, who has the right mindset, with the right process.
Finally, Daisy Lopez-Cid, Owner of RE/MAX Premier Properties and NAHREP Board Member, and Eric Waddell, Co-Founder of Landmark Custom Builder & Remodeling, will discuss the importance of partner collaboration to complete a transaction. smooth real estate.
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