Last year Facebook began allowing users to set custom URLs or web addresses for their fan pages. This is a great feature because it allows us to promote our fan page address in plain english. Instead of having an address that has a hundred random characters in it that nobody could remember, we have a nice and tidy URL that is much more memorable. And in our case it is the same as our Twitter address and ‘mothership’ website.
Our Old Facebook URL looked something like this:
Our new Custom Facebook URL is much shorter and easier to remember:
Ticor’s Twitter account
Ticor Title Northwest Mothership Website
With ‘myticor’ in each address, we have congruency among our website and social accounts which reinforces our brand.
Have you ever heard anyone say, “You don’t need insurance until you need it? ” It sounds a bit obvious and silly, but it’s true. Title insurance is one of those things that is sometimes looked at (and soon forgotten) as just a line item on the HUD 1 Settlement Statement. Many people don’t realize just how valuable a title insurance policy can be until it’s time to file a claim on what is most likely their biggest asset, the family home.
We won’t go into any horror stories today ( and how title insurance saved the property owner). There’s one point we want to make. When shopping for a title company for your next real estate transaction, please consider the claims reserve (or claims paying ability) of your title company. If by chance you choose a title insurance company that does not have a healthy claims reserve, you may find yourself in a precarious position should they encounter a surge in claims.
Ticor Title is backed by our nation’s largest claims reserve at $2.7 Billion dollars. It’s hard for most people to even imagine how much money that is. But it suffices to say that insuring the title of your property with Ticor is a smart move. Rest assured.
We’ve got you covered!