== == Applications and general information for individual producers and agencies (resident and non-resident) can be found at the GA site: inscomm.state.ga.us
To start a title company in NC, first form a corporation. Then obtain insurance. Get bonded and apply for license. Finally, get designated as an official agent.
You can own a vehicle even if you don't have a driver's license. You cannot drive it. You may have trouble getting insurance and plates.
You just get a standard business license from your county.
Yes. All title officers need a license in NJ
1. Register your new business entity and name with State of NJ (LLC, Corp, etc.) 2. Obtain title producer's license or hire someone with an existing title producer's license. 3. Apply for entity producer's license (the business must be licensed in addition to someone having an individual producer's license) 4. Contact Underwriters to sign agency agreement with while waiting for NJDOBI to process entity license. 5. Obtain Errors and Ommission Insurance coverage. 6. Design and set up title office. 7. Obtain title production software ie: www.SnapClose.com or other software 8. Hire experienced Senior Title Officer (examiner) 9. Open doors when entity license and agency agreement is signed, sealed and delivered.
You obtain title insurance from a licensed title insurance agent; I would not purchase it from a captive agent (that is, from the lender providing my loan, or from the realtor listing/selling the house).
You should have a title in your name with a lien on it, at least, to obtain a license plate.
yes Georgia does smell
i pay out my car but i still need to change the title ,i have insurance but not a license can i still transfer the title in my name?
contact an underwriter, OLD Republic NJ is who I suggest...
Call the Georgia Department of Motor Vehicles, or whatever it is called there, and ask them.
In NJ you must have a title insurance producer's license in order to effect or sell title insurance. A "resident" producer's license is for someone residing (a resident) in the state of New Jersey. A "foreign" producer's license would be someone living outside of NJ, but effecting or selling title insurance. A licensed title producer can: perform title examinations, prepare title commitments/binders, give title insurance quotes, sell title insurance products/services, perform real estate closings/settlements and issue title insurance policies. Anyone receiving title insurance commissions must be licensed, including attorneys. A non-licensed person working in a title agency may perform administrative acts only that do not involve the above, which are considered "effecting and selling" title insurance. A resident producer is licensed bi-annually and required to take Continuing Education during each licensing period.