Title insurers and agents gathered for a national convention in Palm Beach Wednesday as their industry grapples with everything from proposed federal changes in mortgage disclosures to the first rate review in Florida in more than two decades.
Consumer groups have grumbled about what they see as high prices and resistance to change in an industry that collects a cut of nearly every real estate closing, reaping billions in the name of protecting buyers, sellers and lenders from problems with documents showing who owns a property.
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