Title and Escrow Working Together
Instructor: Julia Phillips and Shelly Lambert
Rep: Victoria Hinson
Price: (Not open to the public)
Date: April 23, 2019
Time: 9:30AM - 1PM
John L Scott
5242 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Participants will get a better understanding of how title and escrow processes work together to close a transaction smoothly and efficiently.
- What is Title?
- Review a Title Commitment
- What is Escrow?
- Review a Purchase & Sales Agreement
- Clearing Title
- CFPB & the Closing Disclosure
4 Clock Hours
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About the Instructor: Shelly Lambert
Shelly Lambert has been in the real estate industry since 1997 and has run two independent escrow companies before joining the title side of the industry. From the start she has been an educator and a leader in Escrow. She believes through education we as real estate professionals can serve our clients more effectively and be prepared for the unexpected in an ever-changing industry. She has found a passion for teaching and has written Real Estate clock hour classes and other educational classes for more than 10 years.
About the Instructor: Julia Phillips
Julia Phillips works as an Advisory Title Officer in our Lynnwood office, and teaches both internal and external education classes. Prior to joining Old Republic, Julia worked for over 4 years at one of the Northwest’s largest law firms, specializing in commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Julie then spent over six years at a national law firm representing lenders and trustees in real estate litigation, mediation, bankruptcy, title curative actions, and related civil matters. Julia also has prior experience in the title industry, primarily as a Claims Counsel for a major title insurance underwriter, handling title and escrow claims in eight states. Julia received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington and graduated from Seattle University School of Law. Julia is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, Oregon State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
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