Underwriter Expands into Utah

March 13, 2012

North American Title Insurance Co. (NATIC) has expanded into Utah. Effective immediately, the carrier’s title insurance products are available through its affiliated agency, North American Title, and through select, Utah-based independent agency partners.

NATIC’s agents have access to AgentLink, a web portal that delivers resources, business tools and technologies. "The measure of success in this economic environment is changing rapidly and underwriters such as North American Title Insurance Company must continue to innovate and offer value through differentiated solutions," said Emilio Fernandez, president of NATIC. "NATIC is a proven leader in national title insurance underwriting. Our operations, performance efficiencies and business initiatives deliver to the bottom line of our clients and ultimately set us apart from our competition. We are thrilled to join Utah’s vibrant communities. We look forward to building strong relationships with our agency partners and with families and individuals in Utah in safeguarding the title to their properties."

NATIC, through North American Title and network of independent agents, conducts real estate settlement services in 28 states.


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