Did you know that the Foote Title Group closers who conduct your closing are licensed?
Whether they work in Maryland or Virginia, closers need to obtain a license before they can begin work. These licenses are managed by each state’s insurance commission, and closing agents take pre-licensing courses through the Maryland Land Title Association or the Virginia Land Title Association. Getting licensed ensures that your closing agent is knowledgeable about local and national laws and regulations.
But a closing agent’s education doesn’t end there. The license must be renewed every two years, and agents are required to take continuing education classes each year. They learn about new regulations and laws and even take ethics courses. This education ensures that your closing agent is up to date on the latest nuances and changes in federal and local laws.
Are you looking for a title company for your home closing? Contact Foote Title Group today to learn more about our experience and record.