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Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. is the Prime Example of Good Business

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Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. is a leading wholesale document and title processing company established in 1991 and is a national leader in the industry. As a matter of fact, eight out of the top ten retail mortgage and title companies in America use Nationwide as their primary source of document and title verifications.

 

Nationwide employs over 570 well-trained workers who are at the top of their field in knowledge and efficiency. The are picked from the best of the best, and once they are hired, they go through a very intensive and detailed training regimen. Also, employees have access to 100 more modules of advanced training that are helpful for their advancement to 50 managerial and supervisory positions. There are about half of the workforce engaged in these modules all of the time.

 

Nationwide provides services in all phases of the document processing industry including lien release, final document processing, assignments control, nationwide abstractor services, document retrieval, assignment verification reports, tax status reports, lien verification reports, current ownership verification, collateral file audits, and many other services.

 

Nationwide has access to the court records and other recordkeeping jurisdiction in every county in the United States. Even records that are still kept in a manilla folder in a metal file cabinet are available to Nationwide’s advanced technological techniques.

 

In the mortgage business, it is important to get the records quickly and to be dead-on accurate. Nationwide does just that, as their statistics are phenomenal with less than a 1% reject rate and a 99.8% rate of compliance.

 

Compliance is a subject that is discussed quite a bit in the industry, but there always seem to be the same problems with achieving it. John Hillman, CEO of Nationwide spoke recently about it at an industry conference where he stated that individual companies should publicly set objectives at the highest levels, and then publicly meet and exceed those objectives. That would take care of compliance very quickly in the case of many organizations.

 

Employees like working at Nationwide which goes with Hillman’s statements that in such a high-stress industry like document processing and the need to be right all of the time does produce stress. The work environment needs to be demanding, only in more of a fun way to reduce stress. Nationwide has been able to achieve that and successfully achieve high levels, but by giving more control and pride in their work that is recognized.

 

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