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Register to Get Powerful Advice
on Operating Your Business

http://www.alta.org/meetings/smallagents/btn_register.png If you are looking for an honest discussion on specific business challenges facing title agents and abstracters, you will want to attend one of ALTA's Agents and Abstracters Forums.

With agents and abstracters facing economic challenges, ALTA has scheduled five Forums to make them more accessible and affordable.

The first meeting is scheduled for Jan. 16 in Nashville, Tenn., at the Doubletree Guest Suites. Register today.

The roundtable open discussion format allows attendees to discuss challenges and find out how others handle similar situations in their business.

Likely topics that will be a part of the afternoon roundtable include:

  • Competition in the marketplace
  • Impact of foreclosure documentation issues on search and curative efforts
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and plans to simplify mortgage disclosures
  • Generating business in a small market
  • The use of social media to enhance sales and marketing efforts
  • Should I be doing more with erecording and going paperless?
  • Technology concerns: Do you need an upgrade?
  • NAIC data call for title agents
  • Impact of cancelled orders on profits
  • Human resource issues, such as rising cost of health insurance

These are just some of the topics that may be discussed. Attendees should feel free to bring up any topic they wish to discuss.

Register today.

There will be a "pay for your own" group dinner on site at the hotel from 5:30-8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 15.

Business casual attire is appropriate for these meetings.

Click here for more information.


January 16, 2011
Doubletree Guest Suites Nashville Airport
Nashville, TN

May 8, 2011
Las Vegas, NV


March 28, 2011
Kansas City, MO

September 18, 2011
Baltimore, MD


April 10, 2011
Minneapolis, MN

Upcoming 2011 Meetings

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