Trusted Agent Services Group Pre-Licensing Course provides aspiring Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractors (TIPICs) with an understanding of concepts and principles in the title industry required to pass the state licensing exam (administered by PSI exams). The concepts and principles presented in the course address the PSI Examination Content Outline used as a guide in studying for the PSI state exam.
The cost of the pre-licensing course is $399 which includes:
(1) An instructor who is a licensed TIPIC and Notary Public professional
(2) Exceptional textbooks and resource materials
(3) 20 hours of combined classroom, webinar, and home study training
Instructor Cancellation Policy
Student Cancellation Policy
Scroll down to register for April pre-licensing class.
The pre-licensing course consists of 5 sessions held over a 3-week time frame. The first and last sessions are conducted in-class for 3 hours and sessions 2, 3, & 4 are conducted by Webinar for 2 hours each. The dates and times of the scheduled sessions are listed below:
July 22 - August 12, (Funds due by July 15, 2019)
Session 1 - Mon, July 22, In-class, 6:30p - 9:30p
Session 2 - Mon, July 29, Webinar, 7p - 9p
Session 3 - Thu, August 1, Webinar, 7p - 9p
Session 4 - Thu, August 8, Webinar, 7p - 9p
Session 5 - Mon, August 12, In class, 6:30p - 9:30p
The next Pre-licensing Course is scheduled for October 2019. More details to follow
Scroll down to register for July Pre-licensing class.
TIPIC informational sessions are held by Webinar monthly. Click here to view Webinar Schedule.
A TIPIC aka Notary Signing Agent (NSA) is a Notary Public who is hired as an independent contractor by a "closing agent" to ensure that real estate loan products properly signed by the client, notarized by the notary and returned for processing in a timely manner. As an independent contractor, the TIPIC is responsible for filing the proper tax forms with IRS.
The Home Loan Process
1. The borrower initiates the loan by contacting the lender and applying for the loan.
2. The lender processes the loan, contacts the closing agent, and funds the loan.
3. The closing agent, an independent third party authorized by the lender, performs the closing duties on the loan and acts as an implementer for the borrowers, often hiring the Notary Signing Agent directly or indirectly through a signing service.
Martin Luther King, Jr