Designed By and for Tax Lien ProfessionalsThe Nation’s Largest Tax Lien Conference Will Convene Fund Managers, Technology Providers, Lenders, Servicers, Policymakers and Investors to Discuss Key Issues Facing the Tax Lien Industry Today.
January 1, 2014 – The National Tax Lien Association opened registration for 2014 NTLA Annual Conference and Meeting, the 17th Annual conference connecting the most dynamic and influential tax lien professionals. The conference will be held February 26, 27 and 28, 2014, at the Eden Roc Resort in Miami Beach, FL.
The conference will host more than 200 distinguished panelists and speakers, including business leaders, lenders, investors, equity partners, tax title companies, technology providers, law firms, government officials and policymakers. Keynote speakers will be Todd McGee, Public Relations Director for North Carolina Association of County Commissioners, and Dave Rose, Public Information Officer for El Paso County Colorado; discussing Tax Liens and the Media, specializing in Crisis Management and the Media.
"We are very excited having entered our 17th year and have received an enormous amount of support and enthusiasm from speakers, sponsors and attendees for this unique conference,” said Brad Westover, Executive Director of the National Tax Lien Association. "We look forward to bringing together the many leaders in this field to discuss real-world solutions to key issues facing the tax lien industry today.”
"The NTLA, through its educational events, has brought much needed standardization, knowledge, and ethics to its investor and servicing members, the broad effect of which has been to dramatically increase the viability and efficiency of the industry,” said Stephen G. Morison, Massachusetts Tax Assistance Company. Workshops and Panel Discussions to cover the Tax Lien LIFEcycle:
Acquisition Pitfalls – What You Don’t know Could Cripple Your Portfolio
Anti-trust Instruction– Staying Out of Trouble: Do’s & Don’ts
Portfolio Management – From Boarding Liens to Redemption Processing
Asset-REO Management – Not All Liens Redeem: Best Practices for Ugly Real Estate
Tax Lien Sales Moratorium: Washington, D.C. – What Went Wrong? What’s Next?
The Legislative Plan – Laying Out the Offensive Strategy and Positioning
The Year in Review (2013) – State By State Bid Rate Reviews
Florida Tax Liens (2014) – The Latest Bidding Protocols for Florida’s 67 Counties
The conference charity of choice is Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami who will receive generous support from NTLA Members and conference attendees. http://www.miamihabitat.org/
Full program details, including a link to register, can be found at www.thentla.com
National Tax Lien Association