By Dave Krieger (Op-Ed) – September 10, 2012 When I was lecturing at the V. G. Young Institute’s annual Texas Clerks School in January, an interesting question was posed to me by one of the clerks (after having delivered a scathing presentation entitled MERS 101) regarding title insurance coverage. “How is it that title companies […]
THE SHOCKWAVES OF THE IBANEZ-LaRACE CASE CREATE NATIONAL RIPPLE EFFECT; BANKS HAVE A REASON TO BE NERVOUS; E&O CARRIERS WATCH OUT!
By Dave Krieger This opinion is based on legal research only and cannot be construed as legal advice! IT’S HOMEOWNER-PLAINTIFF QUIET TITLE ACTION IN REVERSE The point being here … if you didn’t learn anything about quieting titles in the book “Clouded Titles”, it would be best suited perhaps to espouse the deeds of U.S. […]
By Dave Krieger When you first glance at page 1 of this House Bill, initiated by Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptor, it’s almost as if you’d think, “Yes, there is a God!” However, the “Transparency and Security in Mortgage Registration Act”, while nailing MERS in regards to prohibiting Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae from […]
Watch Dave Krieger on KVUEDave Krieger appears on KVUE’s Midday newscast Consumervue segment. Krieger speaks directly to homeowners who may be facing foreclosure through no fault of their own and the uncertain future our country faces as the plot “foreclosure mess” thickens. He reveals the motivation behind the book Clouded Titles and describes his personal […]
By Dave Krieger Stewart Title has erred on the side of caution in its stance against issuing title policies on foreclosed properties due to the “robosignor snafu” that may have effectively clouded those titles. Stewart joins Old Republic Title in its effort to “stop the bleeding” via limiting its exposure to claims by denying Ally […]