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Register Today and Learn the Possibilities for Your Company

With market conditions still uncertain, a new HUD-1 being developed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and regulators focusing more and more on industry practices, now is the time to keep informed of the latest issues impacting the industry.

To keep informed of the latest regulatory and legislative changes, as well as current business and market trends, you'll want to attend this year's Business Strategies Conference, March 25-27 at the Marriott Louisville in Louisville, KY.

The Registration Brochure for the conference should be arriving in your mailbox shortly 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 today.

The Business Strategies Conference is the premier educational and networking event. Here's a glance at our featured general sessions:

  • ALTA President Chris Abbinante will give a presentation on explaining a policy so grandma can understand. This is a must-attend session as the industry embarks on a mission to explain what the industry does in simple terms consumers can understand.
  • Several members of ALTA's RESPA Task Force will take the consumer engagement discussion even further by sharing what the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is doing to promote transparency to the mortgage process and how title agents can become involved and capitalize on this trend.
  • Industry experts, including ALTA President-elect Frank Pellegrini, will discuss findings of a national survey examining the latest trends in mortgage fraud and escrow theft, what best practices companies are following to thwart fraud and what solutions the industry believes are most viable to implement.
  • A trip to Louisville wouldn't be complete without some bourbon. The closing luncheon will feature a bourbon historian who will share the folklore, rich history and tradition of bourbon and the land disputes it sometimes created.

As always, ALTA has a full slate of professional development sessions aimed at giving you a competitive advantage. The sessions will address these key areas:

Sales & Strategy

Productivity

Industry Practices

Legal

Check out the brochure for descriptions on all 16 professional sessions. CE credits are pending in 18 states and CLE credits are pending approval in 24 states, so you can network, learn and get valuable continuing education credits at the same time.

Register by Feb. 24 and save! As an added bonus, register for the Business Strategies Conference and attend the Agents and Abstracters Forum on March 26 for half price.

Click here to learn more on fun things to do in Louisville.

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