Below are the current seminars offered by Commercial Partners Title,
LLC. Please contact the Business Development Department
(612.337.2470) for further information or to schedule a seminar at your
Foreclosure: Issues, Alternatives, and Solutions
provide opportunities for both gain and loss. It is important to
understand current market trends with respect to foreclosures and how
this may impact your business. Understand what foreclosure is and what
process must be followed. Learn about available alternatives and the
benefits and risks of each. Discuss the impact of bankruptcy upon the
foreclosure process. Understand why your are not finished once the sale
takes place: who can redeem and when?
Topics covered include
- What is foreclosure?
- Overview of the process
- foreclosure by advertisement
- foreclosure by action
- How backruptcy affects the foreclosure process
- Aternatives in foreclosure
- Voluntary foreclosure
- Deed in lieu of foreclosure
- Post foreclosure: redemption periods
Title Insurance: After the Closing
loan has closed and you have received your policy: now what? What role
does Title Insurance play after the closing? Understand what Title
Insurance is and some of the key policy revisions. Know the difference
between a Commitment and a Title Policy. When do you need to revisit
your policy? When do you need to bring your policy date foward? Known
when you may have a claim and what to do about it.
A to Z - Title Insurance Overview
the Commitment as a format, this seminar provides an insider's look at
what is critical information on the Title Commitment you receive. Learn
what to look for and what are some of the most important issues
revealed by the Commitment and covered by your Loan Policy
are the best way to customize your Title Policy to provide coverage for
the issues that are important to you. Learn about some of these
Endorsements, the coverage they provide, and the criteria used in
deciding if they can be issued.
Vacated Streets and Alleys: When do they attach to your property?
seminar provides a look at the complex issue of "Who owns the Street"
in a variety of circumstances. We address the question of who gets the
extra property - and how much of it - when a street or alley is
vacated. The answers may surprise you! We also cover how to address
adding this property to a Certificate of Title when dealing with
Torrens Property, including when an Examiner's Directive is sufficient
and when a Proceeding Subsequent is required.
The Wonderful World of Torrens
provide a brief history of the Torrens system in Minnesota, including
the reasons it was developed, and then move into practical application
- when is Registering Property a valuable tool in resolving title
issues? We also provide an overview of the Registration process and
answer the question of when to seek an Examiner's Directive and when to
bring a Proceeding Subsequent.
Do you really need a Proceeding Subsequent or is an Examiner's Directive
seminar provides a more in depth look at resolving title issues that
arise post-registration. We discuss types of issues and possible
methods of resolution, including a breakdown of which method works best
to resolve different types of problems.
Recording Issues: How to deal with Rejection
Abstract and Torrens recording offices have standards which are applied
to all documents submitted for filing. When documents do not meet these
standards, they are rejected, which results in a delay in recording.
What are the more common causes of documents being rejected? What is
required to avoid some of the most common reasons for rejection?
this seminar with a good understanding of the basic applications of
1031 Exchanges. Be prepared to identify if you have a potential
exchange that could save you or your client thousands of dollars in
capital gains taxes by answering the following questions: Are the
properties qualified? Is the tax payer qualified? When does action need
to be taken? What is a "Reverse Exchange"?
you need a survey, what kind of survey do you need? How do you plan for
and obtain the survey? What good is a Survey anyway? In answering these
questions, this seminar demonstrates the different documents that
diagram real estate and gives an overview of what uses can be made of
each. It addresses the difference between a Boundary Survey, a
Subdivision Plat, a Site Plan, a Registered Land Survey, and an ALTA
Survey. We also provide insight into planning your transaction so that
all the work required for your Survey can be accomplished in a timely
A Closer Look at Surveys
for those who use surveys on a regular basis, this seminar is presented
in an open discussion format. Get answers to all the questions you've
wanted to ask about how to read surveys, how to discern critical
information, and how to know what to expect from different types of
Who owns that Tax Forfeited Land and Why?
seminar provides insight into the historical reasons that Tax Forfeited
Land raises question of ownership post-forfeiture. It also looks at
issues that arise with Tax Forfeited Land, and gives an overview of
what remedies are available to clear title.