October 17-18, 2022

Registration Attendees


TLTA is pleased to present updated training for new title agency owners, those new to a management position or those in need of a refresher. Presented by outstanding and experienced title industry professionals, this one-of-a-kind program will cover topics such as regulatory compliance, accounting, other key duties and responsibilities of a title agent and much more. This program is designed to satisfy the requirements of Rule P-28(B) by the Texas Department of Insurance for management personnel of title agents applying to be licensed.

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REGISTRATION

The registration fee includes a course notebook, refreshments on both days, continental breakfast, and lunch on Tuesday.

Before 9/16/22      After 9/16/22 
 Member  $585  $635 
 Nonmember $635 $685


HOTEL

Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park
5805 Granite Parkway
Plano, TX 75024
Rate: $209/night plus tax
Cut-off date: Monday, October 3, 2022

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Make lasting connections and gain new knowledge to take your work further than you ever thought possible.

8 hours Escrow CE and 1 hour Ethics (pending TDI approval)

PROGRAM (Subject to Change)

 
MONDAY, OCT. 17 , 2022
12:30 PM Registration
1 Introduction to Title Insurance & Title Insurance in Texas
2
Title Insurance, Escrow/Settlement & the Regulators: An In-Depth Look
3 Break
3:15 Rules and Laws that Affect the Texas Title Agent's Business Model
4:30 Accounting Principles and Practices for Escrow/Settlement and Title Agents
5:30 Networking Social

TUESDAY, OCT. 18 , 2022
7:30 AM Continental Breakfast
8 Financial Responsibilities
9
Break
9:15 Additional Duties & Responsibilities of a Title Insurance Agent
10:15 Break
10:30 Review, Reminders and Miscellaneous Information
11:30 Working Lunch
11:45 PM Claims and Ethical Issues
12:45 Adjourn
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