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The presentation looks at five things that a lender simply cannot afford to miss when managing their lien portfolio. If they are addressed properly, a lender can confidently perfect their interest in a loan. McAlister Bary’s presentation will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 1:15 PM during the CBAI event held at the […]
Whitepaper Gives Motor Vehicle Creditors New Ways to Cope with Multi-Jurisdictional Lending Problems
In part 1 of this series, we discussed how the motor vehicle process makes things difficult for borrowers to title and register cars and trucks, as well as how that can negatively impact you, the lender. Today we’ll examine another roadblock that obstructs successful motor vehicle management: Electronic Lien and Titling (or ELT for short). […]
The biggest hurdles were managing the high volume of lien perfection and follow up: verifying that perfection was attained, keeping track of paper files, making sure all steps were completed, and then maintaining the liens over time. Difficulty working with state DMVs and the subsequent hours spent on forms, submissions and follow-ups was another source […]
Here we share five things that a lender simply cannot afford to miss when managing their lien portfolio. If they are addressed properly, a lender can confidently perfect their interest in a loan. For more on this topic, download the complete eBook. 1) Naming wrongs Even the smallest difference can cause a mountain of problems. […]
Once you approve a borrower and they finalize their purchase, it’s in your best interest to perfect your lien on the vehicle. All states require a motor vehicle’s certificate of title to note your lien for you to become a secured creditor. But for the title to include your interest, the new owner must register the vehicle with the appropriate department of motor vehicles in their state.