Qualia today announced that its award winning real estate closing platform is now available in all 50 states. Qualia becomes the first new national closing software provider in almost 15 years and is now the only national provider developed after TRID was enacted.
Communications at almost every company could be improved at times. You have probably experienced situations where decisions were made or processes were changed without input from all the impacted stakeholders. Or perhaps noticed that employees who want a change don’t always feel comfortable speaking up. Thankfully, there are 3
Peter Drucker, famed business consultant and author of dozens of business performance books, is often credited with the philosophy that “if you can’t measure, you can’t improve it.” Unfortunately, just because you want to measure something doesn’t mean it’s always easy to do. Whether you want
Title professionals are looking for new and innovative ways to operate their business. As deals get more complex and consumers become more demanding, title agents are expected to do more with less. In Robert Reich’s top industry podcast, U Heard Me!, Qualia Founder and CEO Nate Baker details how
Many service providers are needed to complete any single real estate transaction. Beyond just the buyer and seller, there are of course the title agents, lenders, realtors, notaries, appraisers, the list goes on. With so many parties involved, communication can either be a blessing or a curse. We asked some
Last month, Qualia expanded across the midwest adding Michigan and Wisconsin to its growing list of states. Our team at Qualia spent much of July meeting with many of our new members and attending events including the Illinois Land Title Association and Michigan Land Title Association Annual Conventions. It was
The leading settlement software providers independently shared their varying views on new regulatory changes. Some expressed frustration and doubt about being able to meet regulatory needs while Qualia shared that it’s well positioned to easily adapt with no required work for its users. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)