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The FCT blog aims to answer your industry questions, examine current market trends and provide key information on the value of our products and services.

The FCT blog does not represent a single author or opinion. Instead, it represents the collective voice and experience of FCT’s dedicated niche experts.

How to win recommendations and influence your networks (big-time)

Oct 8th, 2014 | FCT

Here’s the thing: clients are most likely to recommend a great service or a product that’s really working for them when they’re right in the middle of the experience of enjoying the…

Why I’ll never buy a house without title insurance again!

Aug 21st, 2014 | FCT

Buying a house without title insurance: I know the Title Insurance product so well that I’ll never buy a house without getting this type of insurance again. Not only am I familiar…

My Cottage is on Leased Native Lands

Aug 12th, 2014 | Paul Miron

With the high profile legal decisions about Aboriginal Title to Treaty Lands, one area that we are often asked about is protection for a cottager’s whose summer home resides on leased native…

Evidence of the overlooked “middle child” of the commercial real estate industry

Aug 5th, 2014 | Paul Miron

Last week we touched upon the role of the commercial tenants in a real estate transaction – the so-called “middle child” of the real estate industry – wedged between the mandated requirements…

Commercial tenants: The overlooked “middle child” of the real estate industry

Jul 30th, 2014 | Paul Miron

Wedged between the mandated requirements of the lender and the well-protected needs of property owners, lies a grey area — a middle child, if you will. This “middle child” of the title…

Is it Philanthropic to promote your own Philanthropy?

Jul 23rd, 2014 | Michael LeBlanc

This year FCT and its employees have received some significant recognition and reached a number of milestones for our Corporate Philanthropy program. And while I am unbelievably proud of these achievements and…

Aboriginal Title and Commercial Development on Native Lands

Jul 15th, 2014 | Paul Miron

With recent court decisions, the scope of lands covered by aboriginal title land is poised to become greater. The recent rulings indicate that the courts are not taking a restrictive interpretation on…

“Title insurance. What’s that?”

Jun 17th, 2014 | FCT

My name is Sharon Milne and I have been interning at FCT for the last four weeks. I went back to school this year as a mature student to study Corporate Communications…

Reaching beyond our walls…

Jun 10th, 2014 | FCT

Historians have described the YMCA as one of the great social movements of the last two centuries. “An unstoppable, unifying force for good. A rallying point for everyone who is dedicated to…

Duty to defend. Another customer care tool for your clients

Jun 4th, 2014 | Paul Miron

In my last blog posting I touched on how title insurance brings coverage solutions and/or efficiencies to commercial transactions depending on how lawyers/notaries decide to use it. In this post I will…

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