On the Fence about Attending? Check Out All the Great Opportunities Awaiting in Charleston
The Registration Brochure for ALTA's 104th Annual Convention, being held Oct. 12-15 in Charleston, S.C., will be arriving in your mailbox soon and contains all the information you need to know about the schedule of events, conference hotel, travel accommodations and registration rates.
You can also check out the electronic version of the Registration Brochure and register online.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear some energetic and riveting general session speakers, and catch the latest news on business and regulatory trends affecting our business. There are also several exciting tours and events planned to enhance your experience.
Here's a glance at what's in the Registration Brochure:
? Special Invite from ALTA President Anne Anastasi
? General Session and Professional Development Session Overviews
- Former Navy SEAL Mark "McGoo" McGinnis will explain the tools and techniques Navy SEAL teams use to thrive and survive in rapidly changing and hostile environments. In addition to being on the edge of your seat with his stories, you'll leave knowing how to apply those same tools to any business situation, anytime, anywhere.
- To help you explain the value of title insurance to others, Sue Hershkowitz-Coore will give a dynamic and funny presentation on connecting with individuals on an emotional level in a transparent and authentic manner.
- ALTA President Anne Anastasi and President-elect Chris Abbinante will join Phil Schulman, one of the nation's top RESPA attorneys, to offer insight on a variety of issues impacting business and how recent legislative and regulatory changes and further alterations will influence the marketplace.
- Recently named one of the country's top four most accurate economists by the Wall Street Journal, Doug Duncan will offer analysis on the latest economic statistics and how it will impact the future real estate and mortgage markets.
? Continuing Education Credits
- ALTA is proud to offer a total of 234 hours of Continuing Education in many states from 13 sessions, and 160 hours of Continuing Legal Education hours from 10 sessions.
? Special Events and Tours
? Meeting Information
? Registration rates
Register by Sept. 16 and save $200.