The Batson Nolan Real Estate Group is a highly trained and experienced group of attorneys, real estate paralegals and support staff who are equipped to handle all aspects of commercial and residential real estate.
We represent both buyers and sellers with real estate closings.
Baton Nolan can will represent builders, developers, and individuals who are not using a realtor.
Batson Nolan has implemented real estate closing procedure “best practices” and has been approved by most major lending institutions. The firm is also a registered user of Closing Insight, which allows us to work collaboratively with lenders to exchange data on the new Closing Disclosure Form.
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(931) 647-1501 Clarksville, TN | (615) 382-4420 Springfield, TN
Batson Nolan is an agent for most of the major title insurance underwriters. The attorneys in our Real Estate Group have been approved by numerous lenders and mortgage companies throughout the state and we have competitive rates for our closing services and title insurance.
We also represent landlords and tenants with negotiating both residential and commercial leases. Batson Nolan works with clients developing subdivisions, retail and office properties, and industrial sites. We also handle 1031 exchanges and foreclosures.
Our experience is not limited to transactions. We have attorneys who represent clients in all facets of real estate litigation, including residential and commercial landlord tenant issues, title disputes, boundary disputes and partition suits.
We can assist you with:
- Commercial and Industrial Development
- Deed Preparation
- Title Searches/Examinations
- Title Insurance
- Loan Closings
- 1031 Exchanges
- Zoning Issues
- Landlord/Tenant Disputes
- Boundary Line Disputes
- Partition Suits
CFPB Mortgage Disclosure Changes
Implementing the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule
Effective October 3, 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has new closing rules that substantially amend components of the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).
What It Means For You
START NOW – familiarity with the new forms and development of a solid procedure for every real estate closing will be essential to a smooth and effective transition to the new closing process. While the 3-day requirement for the initial Loan Estimate is similar to the GFE, the new 3-day requirement for the Closing Disclosure will require Lenders to coordinate closely and work effectively with Settlement Agents to ensure deadlines are met. Closing procedures should be reviewed to ensure the timely exchange of information and timely completion of the Closing Disclosure Form.
Closing agents, title insurers and other third-party service providers should have written policies and “best practices” in place. Develop a list of service providers that have “best practices” and conduct the required due diligence to ensure those service providers are compliant. Furthermore, develop a process for continued monitoring to ensure service providers remain up to your standards.
How We Can Help
Batson Nolan has implemented a complete closing procedures “best practices” in accordance with American Land Title Association (ALTA) standards to help ensure that Lenders meet the strict requirements of the CFPB. We are available to meet with your staff and provide a detailed review of the new closing disclosure forms, as well as to develop effective closing procedures that work for you.
Batson Nolan PLC is a member of both the American Land Title Association and the Tennessee Land Title Association.
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