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A 96-Word Law Would Be a ‘License to Bribery’ for Insurers

The New York Times. Written by Jim Dwyer.

Pretty much everyone who buys a home in New York is braced for sticker shock, but hardly anyone is ready for the pain of little cuts called “closing costs.” One of the deepest of these is title insurance, which guarantees that a property can change hands...

Title Insurance Kickbacks

OneTitle in the New York Times

The New York Times: “Daniel C. Price, the president of [OneTitle National Guaranty Company], says regulators should crack down on those who pay and accept kickbacks.” OneTitle is the only title insurer to have a letter to the editor published in the New York Times highlighting...

“The Title Insurance Scam”

New York Times

This morning, 2.2 million people—including your clients—are reading the New York Times editorial that says “borrowers are overcharged for title insurance…inflated by lack of competition in the title insurance market.” But it doesn’t have to be that way.  OneTitle is changing the landscape.  Our lower premium rates, vastly lower...