ALTA's Small Agents and Abstracters Forum, March 21-22, 2009, Indianapolis, IN - Register Now!

January 13, 2009

Exclusively for small and medium-size agents and abstracters, this forum is designed to bring together title professionals to discuss relevant topics affecting your business and the industry. This year's program will provide you with a step-by-step explanation of the RESPA including practical implications for your business and the industry. This information exchange and networking opportunity is open to both ALTA and State Land Title Association members. Join your colleagues for an interactive and informative open discussion forum on hot issues affecting your business operations. Attendees will gather Saturday evening for a cordial networking dinner, and the official business meeting will begin promptly on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. There is no registration fee, but registration is required to attend the meeting. Expenses are bill-backed to each participant on a pro-rata basis (excluding the Saturday Night dinner). Questions may be directed to Miriam Hankins, Director of Membership and Marketing at 202-261-2943 or miriam@alta.org. To register or learn more today at www.alta.org/meetings/smallagents.


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

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