Washington, D.C., September 21, 2016 – (RealEstateRama) — Deborah A. Wiley has been awarded a National Title Professional (NTP) designation from the American Land Title Association (ALTA), the national trade association of the land title insurance industry. Wiley is the third NTP designee from Michigan and joins 66 other industry leaders from around the United States who have earned the professional designation.
The designation recognizes land title professionals who demonstrate the knowledge, experience and dedication essential to the safe and efficient transfer of real property.*
“Debbie has proven her dedication to the land title insurance business consistently throughout her 30 years of service to our industry,” said ALTA President John M. Hollenbeck NTP. “Her commitment to education and excellence combined with her enthusiasm make her an outstanding National Title Professional designee. I encourage more title professionals in Michigan to apply for this prestigious designation.”
Wiley is agency account manager for First American Title Insurance Company in Grand Rapids, Mich. Wiley has more than 30 years of industry experience and currently serves as president of the Michigan Land Title Association (MLTA). In 2013, she received the MLTA Certified Land Title Professional designation.
A full directory of National Title Professionals is available here.
The designation has several elements, including industry and compliance prerequisites and training requirements. To apply for the NTP designation and for more information, please visit ALTA’s NTP website.
The American Land Title Association, founded in 1907, is the national trade association representing 6,100 title insurance companies, title and settlement agents, independent abstracters, title searchers, and real estate attorneys. With offices throughout the United States, ALTA members conduct title searches, examinations, closings, and issue title insurance that protects real property owners and mortgage lenders against losses from defects in titles.
*Designation under the National Title Professional Program solely demonstrates that a land title professional has met the particular standards and criteria of the National Title Professional Program. Neither the American Land Title Association, nor the designation itself, guarantees or warrants anything beyond a designee’s ability to meet such standards or criteria. The American Land Title Association makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to, and assumes no responsibility for, the proper performance of land title services, including but not limited to the transfer of real property, or related services provided by designees.
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