- n. Plural form of underwriter.
“The title underwriters 'concerns stem from the fact that if a foreclosure is deemed to be defective, the party acquiring that property, either at the foreclosure auction or directly from the foreclosing bank, may not get good title, and in fact, may not obtain any title at all and so lose their entire investment.”
“These sponsors were referred to as "underwriters" rather than "advertisers," I presume in hopes that it would be an easier swallow for those in the room.”
“So what I did, being in the insurance field, I called the underwriters and said I have a hypothetical question.”
“In addition, both lenders and title underwriters are benefitting from the eCN's ability to generate and deliver electronic closing protection letters (CPLs), which is saving both time and money.”
“By providing direct, secure connections between parties, including the systems in use at the nation's largest title underwriters, the endless string of phone calls, faxes, e-mails, and physical mail is no longer relied upon for communication purposes.”
“PayPal and PayPal X as our patrons and sponsors (or perhaps you prefer the word underwriters).”
“So what I did, being in the insurance field, is I called the underwriters and said, "I have a hypothetical question.”
“I also remember that I called the underwriters for the insurance, National Unity, in San Antonio, TX, and was eventually placed on the line with a lady there who told me that at a minimum to prove one is a permanent resident of Mexico one must have a valid Mexican driver's license and must not have a residence of any type anywhere in the USA.”
“In addition, Maryland has now adopted a statutory agent's certification that title underwriters are requiring agents to sign, have notarized and record along with the original power of attorney prior to recording any documents they signed as agent.”
“Notice how she is not afraid to name the underwriters, i.e., the investment bankers, as part of the scam”
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