‘It Is Important to Me to Always be Refining My Craft’

November 27, 2018

Name: Daryl Olsen NTP

Company: Alliance Title & Escrow Corp.

Title: Senior Vice President & Region Manager

City/State: Idaho Falls, Idaho

Date of Designation: 2017

Industry Experience: 13½ years

Why did you become an NTP?

It was a personal goal of mine to obtain this designation. It is important to me to always be learning, applying and refining my craft.

Why should others get their NTP?

Achieving the NTP is an honor. It shows one’s commitment to the industry, provides them with some appropriate recognition of their achievements and helps set an example for those in whom they lead—formally and informally.

How does being an NTP advance your career?

Knowledge is power! Anytime an individual can become more knowledgeable within their role, the more opportunities they can either create or take advantage of.

Who do you think should get their NTP? What types of professionals would benefit?

I believe every individual within the title industry ought to pursue this designation. It provides opportunities to become more well-rounded and proficient in their role, and it demonstrates their professional commitment to the industry.

What excites you about what you do or what is the most challenging aspect of your job?

I enjoy working with my team to create an outstanding customer experience for those individuals we have the opportunity to serve. Being a memorable part of a buyer or seller’s dream is incredibly rewarding.

Tell us something that others in the industry may not know about you.

I love to create things with my hands. My mental outlet is woodworking. The smell of freshly milled wood along with the satisfaction of taking an idea and forming it into something tangible and that other people enjoy is incredibly satisfying. 

Earn Your NTP

The National Title Professional (NTP) designation recognizes land title professionals who demonstrate the knowledge, experience and dedication essential to the safe and efficient transfer of real property. Start earning your NTP designation at www.alta.org/ntp.

Contact ALTA at 202-296-3671 or communications@alta.org.