National Standard Abstract (NSA), a full-service title insurance firm, is open for business. "I'm excited to bring together a dynamic team of title insurance experts at NSA. Our team is among the best in the industry having extensive experience in intricate real estate transactions positioning NSA with the ability to handle any client's needs," said Osei Rubie, founder and president of NSA.
During a launch event at New Harlem Besame restaurant in Harlem - of which Rubie is co-proprietor - NSA presented its inaugural Public Service Award to New York State assembly member, and chair of the Assembly Housing Committee, Keith L.T. Wright for his long-standing track record and commitment to creating affordable housing in New York.
"It is undeniable that our communities grow and prosper when there is a strong economic foundation to build upon. Often, small businesses provide valuable work experience and the jobs many people need to find stability, support their families and begin careers. For the entrepreneurs and ambitious pioneers who seek to grow their own enterprises, we are here to help you. The state values the initiative of minorities and women who seek to better their communities and themselves through business and commerce, and so we will encourage your growth and participation through all means available to us. Welcome and Congratulations to National Standard Abstract. I look forward to a long and prosperous partnership committed to improving, expanding and providing access to housing in our great city," said Assembly Member Keith L.T. Wright.
Mr. Rubie brings a decade of experience to National Standard Abstract. He started his career at Fidelity National Title where he honed his skills and established relationships with some of the most active real estate developers in New York and the region. His knowledge of complex residential, market rate and affordable-housing transactions place him in a unique position to provide tailored service to his clientele.
Some of Mr. Rubie's notable transactions include, in Harlem, the $90 million Randolph Houses and the $15 million Bridge 145 project; in Brooklyn, an $89-million, 61-building assemblage in East New York, the $31-million, nine-building Park Monroe rehabilitation and the $16 million S Five Properties assemblage.