Attorney Agents

Chicago area real estate attorneys have many options pertaining to which title group to align with. PNTN is uniquely positioned to both protect and promote Member law firms in ways few, if any, competitors can match.

Short-Term Benefits of PNTN Membership

Universal Lender

Universal lender acceptability based upon the highest loan closing grades in the industry with over 500 years collective closer experience and the ability to successfully consummate the most difficult transactions

Competitive Fees

Competitive fees for attorney delivered title services with no consumer abusive add on charges

Ongoing Business

Ongoing law firm Marketing program via HomeBase delivering new business sources on a proven and consistent basis

Experienced Closers

Experienced legal department for both residential and commercial transaction support empowering law firm title service fees in all property type conveyances


Neighborhood Networking programs raising the profile and new client potential for participating member law firms

Video Closing

Ability to close virtually anywhere with Counseled Video Closings and Counseled eClosings eliminating travel and settlement table waiting time

Long-Term Benefits of PNTN Membership

3 Decades Attorney

Over 3 decades of supporting attorneys and only attorneys

Bifurcation Legislation

Sponsored and passed the Informed Bifurcation legislation reinforcing the Illinois attorney role in residential conveyancing

Web Centric

Developed the only attorney centric, web based digital transaction platform, assuring lawyer viability in the emerging eClosing environment

Discrimination Protection

Only local title group to successfully take legal action towards lenders discriminating against law firm delivered legal/title services

No Interference

Has absolutely no law firm interfering title agents (i.e. broker or lender captives)

For more information on how PNTN will both protect and promote your real property practice contact Jay Miles at or call 708.346.6354

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