"From a governmental perspective, as Ohio entered the tax lien market in 1988, meeting and networking with companies and individuals I met through the NTLA over the years had an important impact on the continued success of our tax liens sales.As someone who had attended every spring conference from the conception of the NTLA, I have seen first hand how the organization has grown and the focus of the NTLA continues to be very beneficial."
Shelley Davis - Former Summit County Ohio Finance Officer
"The NTLA has been an invaluable asset to the development of my knowledge, my contacts withing the tax lien industry, and my practice. The annual meetings and mid-year events (all of which I have attended) have afforded me the opportunity to be instructed by experts, and to contribute my expertise to a diverse and sophisticated group of members and guests. It has given me opportunities that I have not had with any other organization. It has certainly been time and money well spent."
Robert Keyser - Partner at Taylor & Keyser
"My involvement with the NTLA started in 1999. I watched this industry grow in popularity, witnessing first hand the effects of institutional competition, misleading press releases, cavalier investors, and the maturity of an industry. From dismantling harmful legislation, to refuting outlandish claims in periodicals, to taking active roles in the development of enabling legislation for tax liens, this organization 'gets it done' like no other. All the while, the group maintains a professional and competitive industry environment with all the benefits of a free market. The NTLA actively seeks to educate industry members and create opportunities for all those concerned. It is a positive approach to seeking a better tomorrow. For my clients and my personal investments, I rest comfortably knowing the NTLA is protecting our interests and pursuing new interests for our industry."
Douglas Q. Gale - President at Terra Echelon