2014 LTAC Annual Convention
September 10th - 12th, 2014
Vail Cascade Resort & Spa
2014 Annual Convention Golf Tournament | Sponsored by Data Trace
Join us at the Vail Golf Club, highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range. Recognized by Golf digest as a “Top 100 Resort Course”, enjoy watching your ball fly 10 percent farther at high altitude, while networking with industry professionals.
T-times start at 9:30 am Wednesday. Price includes lunch, betting hole, prizes, giveaways, etc. Last day to register - August 6th.
The Closing Disclosure Form from Start to Finish
The new closing disclosure form is here... are you ready?
Leslie Wyatt Director of Industry Relations, SoftPro, Raleigh, NC and Benjamin Olson Counsel, Buckley Sandler, LLP, Washington, DC will offer a comprehensive review of the new form.Learn how to fill out the form and what new rules and regulations affect it. Gain the knowledge to return to your company and train the employees within your organization and be prepared to explain the new form to a consumer.
Keynote Speaker - Corey Cioccheti | Inspire Integrity, Living an Authentic Life
Corey will encourage you to chase the truly important things in life such as a solid character, strong personal relationships and a sense of contentment. These “real rabbits” are compared and contrasted to worldly success such as excessive wealth, popularity and prestige. You will leave with a better sense of what it takes to develop character, set priorities, gain a big-picture perspective and chase an authentic life. An Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Legal Studies at the University of Denver, Corey Ciocchetti has spoken to diverse audiences, including the University of Hawaii Pediatrics Residency Program, undergraduates at MIT, the Federal Reserve Bank, the National Fire Leadership Academy to name a few.
2015 Economic Forecast and 2014 Review
Back by popular demand, Tracey Wilson from 1031 exchange will give us an 2015 economic forecast as well as a 2014 review.
Revolvers, Dead Bodies, and other Casualties:
Current Issues in Claims
Presented by Greg Notarianni and Christian Aggeler
This session will explore recent trends in title claims, including issues involving revolving lines of credit, probate, and the more active role being taken by county assessors. The emphasis will be on how such claims might be avoided, and the most effective strategies for resolving them when they do arise.
The Division is organizing work groups to address Reg. 3‐5‐1 and breaking it up into separate regulations (on Rates and Fees, Standards of Conduct, Consumer Protections, Agent and Entity Licensing, and Fiduciary Duties). The Commissioner will outline the work already underway and to be accomplished throughout the fall toward updating these areas and the Division's ongoing consumer protection and education efforts.