“For real estate professionals, it`s more important than ever to have digital activities,” says Jimmy Kelly, President and CEO of Lone Wolf. “This integration combines a leading securities insurer with the leading transaction solution in the United States to provide every agent in the country with a unique digital workflow that facilitates their business and customer experience at a time when they need it most. We think this is a big step towards a new experience of faster and better real estate transactions for brokers, brokers, buyers and sellers. About First American Title Insurance CompanyFirst American Title Insurance Company, the largest subsidiary of the First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF), traces its history to 1889. As one of the country`s largest title insurers, the company offers securities services through its direct transactions and a vast network of agents in the United States and abroad. First American Title offers comprehensive title insurance coverage and professional services for real estate purchases, construction, refinancing and equity loans. For more information, see www.firstam.com/title. American Title is here to help you know a little more about why title insurance is important by using the language used in real estate transactions and giving you more information about our insurers. Partnership for direct digital title insurance intermediation to 1.4 million U.S. real estate agents, ON, December 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — First American Title Insurance Company, leader in title insurance and settlement services and the largest subsidiary of First American Financial Corporation (NYSE: FAF) and Lone Wolf Technologies (“Lone Wolf”), North America`s leading real estate technology company today announced an integration to offer digital title insurance contracts within Lone Wolf Transactions (zipForm Edition), the national transaction management advantage in the United States, and Lone Wolf Transactions (TransactionDesk Edition), a local/national affiliate in more than 300 MLS and associations in the United States. This integration is an important step in the digitization of all title insurance and transaction experience. With this integration, real estate agents using Lone Wolf Transactions can enter into orders for digital securities with their North American titling office. Integration includes file succession/initiation order, secure contract/document transmission, real-time file updates, chat function, and a status update dashboard for the real estate agent page. The result is a simpler and faster execution of agent orders on both sides of the transaction, simpler communication and a secure channel for agents and securities, freeing up transaction-level notes and files in their respective systems.
The launch will begin in Oregon and will be conducted in the coming months across the country. “Marketplace`s goal is to revolutionize the real estate transaction experience,” says Jason Cheverton, vice president of strategic chains at Lone Wolf. “By placing everything agents need for the entire transaction in one place, from lead generation and digital advertising to digital Earnest money deposits, title insurance and moving concierge services, that`s exactly what we`re doing.