A professional with a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Crabtree founded a trustee service company, a public records data company and two national post-closing solutions companies for the title insurance and lending industries. In addition, she has managed operations, sales teams, post-closing compliance and national client accounts.
"I am pleased that Amy made the decision to come on board with our expanding Western team," said
"In addition, she is a successful former business owner and has a natural way of putting people at ease and earning their trust," Ginn added. "She will make an immediate impact and will strengthen our NATIC brand with our agents and customers."
Crabtree has an extensive background in reconveyance and release services and has relied on this experience to provide expert testimony and expert litigation review in several class action and civil court cases. She has also consulted on best practices for mortgage lenders and servicers, title insurers and trustees.
"I believe agents are the driving force of the title insurance industry and bring many benefits to consumers," Crabtree said. "I came to NATIC because they allow their agents to create new opportunities in business by offering superior support, education and marketing. I am excited to be a part of this company."
Crabtree did her undergraduate studies at
NATIC is the largest capitalized company in
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