Bethel, ME KW Commercial Realtors, the commercial division at Keller Williams Coastal Realty is working alongside THA Architects to revitali...
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It is difficult to believe that almost a year has passed since I was sworn in as president of the New England Land Title Association (NELTA) during the 2017 Annual Convention at the Omni Mt. Washington Resort in New Hampshire.
The only constant in life is change. As the real estate market evolves and more tech-savvy homebuyers enter the market, there is a push to create more digital closing products.
The Law Court of Maine has issued a number of recent decisions which have made the role of the default industry markedly more difficult. For instance, the Deschaine and Pushard cases have resulted in numerous situations of free homes
New England Land Title Association (NELTA) is one of the title industry’s premier resources for education, information and networking. Organized in 1970, NELTA is currently comprised of nearly 400 members from each of the six New England states.
Companies are implementing new technology to deliver efficiencies and make closings more transparent. These advances have the potential to improve the customer experience and understanding at the closing table.
Seminar Program Schedule
Friday, June 22
• 8:30 a.m. - 12:00: Exhibitors Area Open - Ballroom C Foyer
The landscape of a real estate transactions has changed dramatically over the past 25 years. Listings, once inventoried in a physical book in a broker’s office, are now available to anyone, anytime on just about every broker’s website.
In a world so heavily driven by the traditional design/bid/build (DBB) process it is hard to break the misconceptions about design/build (DB) that exist today. The majority of the push back comes from the people that continue to practice the traditional