We say it every year: Where did the time go? It seems one day it’s the Fourth of July, then suddenly, its 1099 season. We realize 1099 reporting is a thankless burden for all title agencies as most are required to report 1099 information to the IRS as well as...
The real estate market in the first half of 2023 was steady but not exciting. We experienced a less challenging market than Q3 or Q4 of 2022 but not the booming purchase and refinance market we experienced in the 2 years prior. Let’s dig into the data to uncover some...
With Q2 2023 just around the corner, we are seeing a promising uptick in business! This is a welcome sign after the rough second half of 2022. We are projecting a 12% increase in initiated purchase transactions in Q1 2023, compared to Q4 2022. This comes on the...
Title agencies often start the new year with a headache. Not because of their New Year’s Eve celebrations but because it is 1099-S season. As I am sure you already know, title agencies1 are required to furnish all eligible sellers (“payees”) with a copy of the 1099-S...
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