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LaRose to Serve as Underwriting Counsel for WFG's New England Agency Group

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 24, 2016
Susan LaRose will support WFG National Title Insurance Company agents in its New England Agency group as Underwriting Counsel

Susan LaRose will support WFG National Title Insurance Company agents in its New England Agency group as Underwriting Counsel. LaRose will provide underwriting support, guidance, and education for the underwriter’s New England region title agencies. She also serves as a partner in the law firm of Doucette & LaRose LLC in Oxford, Mass. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Suffolk University Law School, she has concentrated her practice in commercial and residential real estate and conveyancing in both Greater Boston and Worcester County. She is the current president of the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA), as well as co-chair of REBA’s Title Insurance and National Affairs Committee and an active member of REBA’s Residential Conveyancing Committee.

LaRose is also one of the founders of REBA’s now-established outreach program to residential conveyancers in the local bar associations of Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, and Plymouth counties. She is a leader of the REBA Women’s Real Estate Networking Group and a frequent panelist on MCLE programs and at break-out sessions for REBA’s twice-yearly conferences.

“WFG’s agents have just gained access to one of the very best real estate attorneys in New England,” said Gene Rebadow, EVP, Agency, Eastern Division for WFG National Title. “She is a natural communicator as well as an astute educator. I know she is eager to become a trusted resource for our agents.”

“Susan is an elite real estate attorney at the forefront of her practice and a true leader in the field,” said Alan Fields, SVP and director of Underwriting Services for WFG National Title. “Her leadership skills, in combination with her expertise, are second to none in New England.”

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