Category: DFW

August 25, 2021

New PID Notice Requirements Q&A

By Kaema Roberson, VP – Director of Education If you haven’t already heard, beginning September 1, 2021, sellers will be required to provide notice to buyers when selling property located in a public improvement district (PID).  Let’s do a bit of Q&A to provide the answers you’re looking for? Q: What exactly is a PID? […]

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March 25, 2021

Welcome Christy Shattles to Monticello (DFW)

Meet Christy Shattles … With a tenure in the title industry spanning 28 years, Christy is joining Independence Title as Branch Manager, Escrow Officer of our Dallas-Monticello office.  Christy began her career in 1993 during her freshman year at the University of Texas at El Paso, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree with a secondary […]

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June 12, 2020

Adrienne DuBos – Escrow Officer

Adrienne DuBos, escrow officer in our Plano office, is a native of the DFW area. She and her identical twin sister, Crystal, grew up in Garland. She recalls that as twins sometimes do, they had some fun by switching classes in middle school. One day, they had planned to trade classes, the rumor was out, […]

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June 8, 2020

Mesquite Office Opens and Welcomes a Seasoned Team

Please help us celebrate the opening of our new Mesquite office, and welcome Mike Vullo, Mary Chadbourne, Mechelle Hughes and Gloria Creech to the Independence Title family. With roots in the Metro East area of DFW and a legacy in the title industry spanning 45 years, we are pleased to welcome Mike Vullo and his […]

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April 23, 2020

Market Matters (DFW Metro Area)

  By Mark Sprague, State Director of Information Capital Here’s an update on some recent questions I’ve been considering, with input and feedback from much wiser analysts/economists whose seminars I have been able to sit in on the last few weeks. What impact has COVID 19 had on the nation’s economy?  We have never had […]

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February 15, 2018

Does Your Social Media Need A TREC Check Up?

Is it us or do the TREC requirements for posting the IABS and Consumer Protection Notice on social media seem a little confusing?  “So what exactly DOES TREC want from me?  Am I compliant?”  These are questions we are asked often. We all know TREC is asking that the Information About Brokerage Service and Consumer […]

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