March 4-6, 2019
An in-depth, interactive and comprehensive title industry programming condensed into just three days, saving your company time and money. With more than 6,500 graduates, we're the gold standard in Texas title industry education!
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Rooms in the TLTA group block at the DoubleTree Austin North are going fast. Book your hotel now before it's too late.
DoubleTree by Hilton
6505 IH-35 North
Austin, TX 78752
TLTA Group Rate:
$159-$175, limited rooms available
800.866.3126, reference TLTA to receive group rate.
Cut-off for group rate is Feb. 7, 2019 but rooms will sell out before that!
Hotels with availability nearby are listed below:
Holiday Inn Austin North
(1.3 mile drive to DoubleTree). Reserve Your Room
Embassy Suites Austin Central
(3.0 mile drive to DoubleTree) Reserve Your Room
Lone Star Court
(6.6 mile drive to DoubleTree) Reserve Your Room Please note, this hotel has external entrances to guest rooms
New to the Title Industry or Want to Learn More?
Are you a title professional looking for basic knowledge in the title industry or seeking cross-training in order to become a more valuable asset in the newer, leaner title industry? Perhaps you want to expand your skills and learn from industry experts. Well, this is the program for you!
Join us for this intense, 3-day program which will cover industry basics, review each step of a residential closing including detailed preparation of the Closing Disclosure Form. The School features interactive testing throughout in order to reinforce students' learning and comprehension. We hope to see you there!
“I thought it was a lot of information covered in a great format. I liked the interactive testing; it made it easy to keep up and track my progress. All of the instructors were so knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and showed genuine dedication to their industry.”
“I really enjoyed my time at the school and am very glad I was able to attend. I learned a lot, and the speakers were GREAT! Loved the question and answer format and also how accessible the speakers were on breaks/after classes to talk further and discuss questions.”