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Published: July 19, 2016   Published by: Published by:

Landtech offered the first real estate settlement software for the personal computer. Our founder, Wyatt Bell, was a true pioneer not only in the title and escrow industry but also in the software industry.  

Apple Computer, Commodore and Radio Shack were the personal computer competitors of 1978. Landtech began one year earlier on the Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I computer. This first system had no lower-case characters or color. It had only 32K of memory with 2 160K 5.25 inch floppy drives. Much of the internal system and the BASIC in ROM were written by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. This was 7 years before Microsoft would go public and more than 2 years prior to the introduction of the IBM PC, which would revolutionize the workplace.

Landtech advertised in the September 1981 issue of TITLE NEWS (ALTA) of its availability on the IBM Personal Business Computer which was introduced that same year.

Since those early beginnings, Landtech has become the nation’s largest provider of real estate settlement software to a whole host of users engaged in the financial, real estate and loan closing process. We take the time to incorporate the features which are meaningful in your use of the Landtech software. Our emphasis is to create the finest real estate settlement software available. 

Cheers to 38 years of business!

Next: Landtech and CSC® Announce New Integration

Landtech Settlement Software has integrated CSC’s eRecording solution into its title production software, the companies announced.

Published: February 07, 2018

Landtech and CSC® Announce New Integration

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