Good Deeds: Keeping the Caring Going

Kansas-based Continental Title Co. has continued its successful #CTCCares campaign into 2021. During the first quarter of the year, the title company has donated over $10,000 to 14 organizations. In 2020, Continental Title donated over $49,000 to local charities. Share Your #GoodDeeds Over the past year, ALTA has highlighted how members continue to serve their

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Good Deeds: RamQuest and Pavaso GiveBIG With Matching Campaign

RamQuest joined forces with sister company Pavaso in May for a GiveBIG charity matching campaign. As a result, a total of $4,436 was donated to 32 deserving organizations. Throughout May, when team members donated to a non-profit of their choice, a 25% matching contribution was made to that same organization. RamQuest and Pavaso participants supported

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Good Deeds: ‘Casual for a Cause’

Dominion Title & Exchange Services in Green Bay, Wis., recently launched a “casual for a cause” campaign to raise money for local charities. Employees can donate $5 to wear jeans one day of the week. The company also started a campaign called #DominionCares where a portion of each closing fee will be donated toward one

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‘Together’ in Good Deeds

In Bellevue, Neb., Tom Low and his wife volunteer at Bellevue Together, an organization that work closely with community leaders, school teacher and counselors to help those in need  The group has storerooms full of clothes, furniture, school supplies and other miscellaneous items. Lowe and his wife help pick up and deliver donated items donated

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Fannie Mae Issues Guidance Regarding Remote Ink-signed Notarizations

Fannie Mae updated its Selling Guide announcing specific requirements for remote ink-signed notarizations (RIN) for loans issued on or after July 1. Fannie Mae had issued temporary RIN guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the increase in audio-visual aided notarizations, both for remote online and RIN, Fannie Mae wanted to establish broad notarization

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