The Professional School of Business in Millburn, New Jersey. www.proschool.com
You can contact Kovats School for more information. www.kovatsschool.com
Listing of all approved schools for Pre-licensing and Continuing Education in NJ may be found at the NJ Department of Banking and Insurance Site: http://www.state.nj.us/dobi/ins_coun.htm
New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance
Continuing Education courses for Florida Title Insurance Agents are available online at http://florida.stewartce.com
Yes. All title officers need a license in NJ
Any agent should be able to help you.
The Professional School of Business does, www.proschool.com
The Atlantic School of Insurance is an Insurance School in NJ that offers Title Insurance as well as Pre-licensing and continuing education for Life and Health, Property and Casualty, Series 6, Series 7, Series 63 and Bailbonds.
Generally speaking, a title insurance producer is the same as a title insurance agent.
Visit the New Jersey Department of Insurance and Banking website. There is a listing of qualified schools there. The State of New Jersey requires that you take a 20 hour course plus pass the licensing exam. Highly recommend that a longer (40-60 hour) course be taken instead. Typical cost for the classes range from $300.00 to $800.00 including cost of text book, depending on the school.
First American Title Insurance Company Fidelity National Financial Stewart Title Insurance Guaranty Old Republic Title Insurance Company North American Title Insurance Company Chicago Title Insurance Company
Title examiners are typically employed by title insurance companies
New York is an unlicensed state. You are not required to have any type of title license, therefore, I don't know of any NY title insurance schools. You do have to take a NY Notary course and pass it in order to be a Notary Public. New York has very specific practices, so it is advisable to work directly with an experienced agency to get your "on the job" training. If you are already experienced with title insurance in another state, the basics of title insurance apply in NY. You can take online courses that are an intro to title insurance, but in reviewing most of them, they are general overviews of Title 101 and aren't going to be very useful in the every day, practical use of doing title insurance. You can always come over to NJ and take our title producer's course in order to learn rules of agency, basic title knowledge, etc. The producers's course is general and NJ specific. The best school I know of here is Kovat's Professional School of Real Estate. Kovat wrote the course book and teaches it. You can find the school info under www.bigyellow.com
The term title insurance means insurance that covers the loss of an interest in a property due to legal defects and that is required if the property is under mortgage. Most title insurance is lender's title insurance.