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NTC Launches New Version of Popular Report

real-estate-online-BHNationwide Title Clearing (NTC), a post-closing services provider for the nation's largest financial institutions, investors and servicers, has launched a new, shortened version of the company's popular Assignment Verification Report (AVR), called the AVXpress (AVX), according to a recent release from the company. The new streamlined report contains everything an AVR contains without the keyed report, without compromising the quality of the research clients are accustomed to receiving from NTC.

"Our research services are the gold standard in the US real estate business, but not every client needs the complete Assignment Verification Report," said NTC CEO John Hillman. "This new report is a direct result of our drive to provide exactly the kinds of products and services our client partners need. We expect the AVXpress to be the perfect solution for many of those we serve today."

AVX involves a thorough search of actual, current land records. The resulting research is then bundled up into an image package containing the subject mortgage and all applicable recorded documents in an assignment chain or that impact the standing of the target mortgage. This image pack can be used to support best signing practices by providing relevant supporting documentation or to assist in the perfecting of collateral files by retrieving recorded documents that are often missing and can cause many downstream issues throughout the life of a loan.

Nationwide Title Clearing uses the new report in the delivery of the Assignment and Release Services its clients rely upon. Through the process of an NTC created assignment or lien release, the company validates the assignment chain and lender of record shown on the most recent assignment in the AVX to support the correct preparation and execution of the document being prepared to be recorded.

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