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How do you start a title company in Kentucky?


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2005-10-20 02:46:43
2005-10-20 02:46:43

How do you start a title company anywhere? There is NO literature out there on this subject!

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==From the lighter side . . .== If you have no idea how to begin a title company then you may as well just buy a title company kit at Walmart and off you go.

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.

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Make sure that you are licensed as an insurance producer.

If you are starting a title insurance COMPANY, the actual entity that is an insurance carrier (think 1st American, Chicago, etc.), you will need to contact the Arkansas Department of Insurance as to what their guidelines, reserves, etc. are for becoming a carrier in the state of Arkansas. If you are starting a title insurance AGENCY, the local entity that has a agency agreement with a title insurance COMPANY to sell their insurance products. Please note that a title AGENCY is not the same as a title COMPANY or title UNDERWRITING COMPANY. See the Related Links for more information.

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Let's start with defining title COMPANY vs title AGENCY. A title company is the actual company underwriting and insuring the title policy. Title companies then have agents who sell and negotiate title products in their behalf (think of it as equal to Allstate (the company) having the local Allstate agent) At this point in time, most title companies are also in the business of selling title products directly and in competition with their agents. However, there are more direct title agencies to obtain title insurance services from at a local level than title companies. So, the answer is yes, title companies can also be SELLING title services and products in addition to underwriting and insuring title insurance policies.

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You need a license to produce title insurance, of course. Next, you need to find a company that is willing to either provide you with title searches, or buy into the records of another company, which can be very expensive. You have to get with the Insurance Commissioner to file rates and of course, you will have to be approved to issue policies with an underwriter. These are the main issues.

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