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Hurricane Harvey’s Lesson for Insurtechs

by Daniel C. Price on InsuranceThoughtLeadership.com

Summary: Insurance 1.0 focused on distribution, and Insurance 2.0 on efficiency. Insurance 3.0 will have to be more thoughtful on product innovation. Just sixteen years ago, Tropical Storm Allison struck Houston, killing 23 people, dropping more than three feet of rain in some areas, flooding 73,000 homes and causing...

541 off-market potential development sites and a free tool to find them

by OneTitle

OneTitle—the source for up to 25% lower title insurance premiums--just launched a new free tool to locate potential off-market development sites. We found 541 potentially vacant buildings in all five boroughs, virtually every zip code and nearly all neighborhoods using crowd-sourced data and 40,000 calls...

Title boss creates list of empty buildings, development opportunities ripe for the picking

Real Estate Weekly

Title boss Daniel C. Price has created a shopping list of empty buildings for land-hungry New York developers. The co-founder, president and CEO of OneTitle National Guaranty Company, uncovered 541 vacant buildings throughout the five boroughs that he says are “hiding in plain sight” “Our findings show...

Here’s how many NYC buildings are vacant

The Real Deal. Written by Konrad Putzier.

s many as 541 properties in the five boroughs may be sitting vacant, according to an analysis of 311 calls over the past 12 months by OneTitle National Guaranty Company. The New York Post reported that many of these buildings are in neighborhoods the Citizens Budget...

More than 500 buildings across NYC are likely vacant

New York Post. Written by Lois Weiss.

A title company has used open data to map more than 500 buildings across NYC that are likely vacant. Daniel Price, founder and CEO of OneTitle National Guaranty Company, analyzed 40,000 calls to NYC’s 311 line over the last six years and matched them with other...

NY Real Estate Attorneys Play Consumer Protection Role in Changing Era

New York Law Journal. Written by Alan Doran.

While the traditional responsibilities of real estate attorneys in New York are well understood, new and evolving consumer protection regulations, including the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the new TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) are...