– As the title industry pivots to purchase and home equity, Ben Bellomo shares his on-site takeaways from this year’s NS3 & TLTA conferences –
Now that I’ve had some time to decompress, I’d like to share some observations and takeaways from the two recent industry events that I attended in June: October Research’s National Settlement Services Summit (NS3) in Orlando and the Texas Land Title Association Annual Conference (TLTA) in Forth Worth.
– In 2022, forward-looking clients are investing in automation and workflow enhancements to work faster, smarter and more cost effectively –
What will 2022 look like for the title industry? The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) expects origination volume to reach $2.6 trillion this year, which would rank as the fourth best year for origination volume in the last 15, but not quite the frenzy experienced in 2021.
– As the title industry continues to record historic volumes, we’re thrilled to share our on-site market trends, key themes and takeaways from this year’s ALTA ONE conference. –
This year’s ALTA ONE conference – held both virtually and in-person – recently concluded in New Orleans, Louisiana. Consistent with the ALTA ONE theme “All-In”, it certainly wasn’t hard to be “all-in” with the etouffee, beignets and many distinctive traits we all love about the historic city of New Orleans.
Attendance remained strong with an overall upbeat, forward-looking presence as we had the opportunity to connect with several attendees, including Bill Burding, outgoing ALTA President.
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