Early-Bird Registration Deadline Approaching

February 12, 2008

Federal Conference Early-bird Registration

Your last opportunity to take advantage of preregistration rates and save $50 for the 2008 Federal Conference ends Monday, February 18. Commissioner Brian D. Montgomery, Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing has been confirmed to speak at the Luncheon on Capitol Hill. Don’t miss this eye-opening highlight on the latest trends in the housing market.

2008 Federal Confernce Pricing Early-bird Price
Before Feb. 28
text Regular Price
After Feb. 28
  • Members:
  • $499 $549
  • Non-Members:
  • $549 $599

    Visit the Federal Conference Meetings page for additional program details and to register.

    Tech Forum Early-bird Registration

    Tech Forum Early-bird registration is open through March 11, 2008. Register now and save $100 dollars off the registration price! The 2008 Tech Forum is committed to providing educational and professional development to those inside the "techie" world.

    2008 Federal Confernce Pricing Early-bird Price
    Before March 11
    text Regular Price
    After March 11
  • Members:
  • $525 $625
  • Non-Members:
  • $675 $775

    Visit the Tech Forum Meetings page for additional program details and to register.

    Both conferences will have CE/CLE credits available for certain states!

    Contact ALTA at 202-296-3671 or communications@alta.org.

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