General Services & Quality Questions
What is reQuire?
Why should I use reQuire?
When did reQuire start operating?
What states does reQuire operate?
Our full product offerings are available in all 50 states.
How much does it cost to obtain a release for a title curative lien?
Does reQuire sync with any settlement software? If so, which one and is there any additional cost for the service feature?
reQuire currently has direct integration Solutions with the title production platforms for Closer’s Choice, E-Closing, Qualia, RamQuest, ResWare, and SoftPro.
reQuire also offers a merge solution for LandTech and Title Express (TSS). There are no charges for use of these features.
Who can benefit from reQuire Services?
What are the benefits of using require to the settlement agency or attorney performing real estate closings?
Title agents will immediately enjoy quicker remittance on policies in addition to quicker file closure. Over time, agents will be free from calls from former customers, title companies or attorneys seeking a release for a case that was closed in the past. The benefits are: (1) the time saved by eliminating the need for follow-up work on closed files; (2) the relief of knowing that reQuire will track and report the status of every file entered into the system; and (3) the ability to defer any calls to reQuire that are related to releases. Settlement agents may also utilize our title curative services to track down the proper signatory for old liens that appear on their title reports from prior closings.
What are the benefits of using reQuire for a title underwriter?
Title underwriters will see a reduction in claims arising from unreleased deeds of trusts and mortgages, a reduction in defalcation, and some measurable reduction in mortgage fraud. These benefits will be a result of reQuire’s efforts to verify that each and every paid note is: (1) fully paid or satisfied by the obligor; and (2) a proper lien release or cancellation instrument is recorded in a timely manner.
What are the benefits of using reQuire for a borrower or home seller?
Sellers have the added assurance that the conveyance of their real property is truly free of the lien and encumbrance represented by the paid mortgages on their property. Borrowers (usually in a refinance) benefit by knowing the former lien will be properly released, or in the case of open lines of credit, that the credit line will be properly closed, and the related mortgage lien is released. Home buyers can be assured that all mortgage liens paid off at the closing of the property they are purchasing will be released 100% of the time.
Features of reQuire Services
What about tracking home equity lines of credit (HELOCs)?
reQuire tracks the releases associated with home equity lines. Because we search and contact the lender a short period after the closing, as an added benefit, reQuire will notify you if there is an open loan that you thought was closed.
Does reQuire's service assist in cleaning up old unreleased mortgage liens?
Yes. Please visit the Title Curative Services page of this reQuire website. Upon clicking this link, website users interested in this service are encouraged to contact us and provide as much information as possible on the file they are trying to close.
How long will it take to obtain a release for a TCS lien?
The typical lender response time varies, however for most files, it normally takes between 30-90 business days to obtain your document. The lender’s ability to respond quickly depends upon many factors such as age of the mortgage and proper documentation included in the initial request, e.g., current Title Commitment, copy of the recorded lien, all assignments of record, recorded satisfactions that may contain errors, substitutions of trustee, proof of payoff, etc. With heightened security protocols, many lenders are requesting a Borrower’s Authorization to process a curative request, so if this document is available, it will significantly improve order completion time. Please contact our Business Services team or your Account Executive for further details.