Whether it’s technological advances, governmental regulations, opportunities, challenges and more, the industry is ripe for a one-stop-shop event that features the most important business components to help attendees help their customers.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) April 20, 2016
Since 2006, more than $1 billion of title premiums have shifted from underwriters to independent title agents in Texas. These shifts are good for the economy and the home-buying public, because it diversifies the providers of title insurance services, and reduces the risk of having the industry concentrated in large companies. Since the housing market crash of 2008, Texas has become the national standard for the title industry. The industry has changed and is on the brink of changing again. In 2016, there is no better time for an event that brings together all aspects of the title industry to learn, do business, and network than now. This was the inspiration for CourthouseDirect.com organizing the Texas Title Expo to be held May 19, 2016 at the Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel.
From title agents, to real estate professionals, to bankers, to landmen, and every industry job function in between, this event will be worthwhile and well represented.
“The industry has changed a lot since we had our last Title Expo in 2006,” said Paul Cones, President of CourthouseDirect.com. “Whether it’s technological advances, governmental regulations, opportunities, challenges and more, the industry is ripe for a one-stop-shop event that features the most important business components to help attendees help their customers.” Attendees from across the country will have the opportunity to learn about a vast array of the title business by visiting exhibitor booths. The goal of the event is to connect attendees with business allies and increase their knowledge through breakout sessions which include:
- How Title Agents, Realtors, Lenders, and Surveyors Can Work Better Together
- Forming, Owning, and Operating a Title Agency
- An Independent Title Agent Forum
- Evolution of the Title Industry
“There are not many events that are this focused and targeted for the title industry,” said American Tax Reporting’s Diana Biscan. “We look forward to exhibiting, sharing and connecting with like-minds – With all of the industry changes, now is the time to come together and support one another.”
ABOUT TEXAS TITLE EXPO
The Texas Title Expo is the preeminent event where title professionals meet to exchange ideas, conduct business, and learn to advance the title industry. 2016 is the fourth edition of the event with previous editions happening in 2004, 2005, and 2006. For more information on the event, and to register, please visit http://www.TexasTitleExpo.com
Since 1982, the Houston-based company has offered the nation's largest and most comprehensive repository of courthouse documents online. Their searchable database includes a wide range of public and real property records, grantor/grantee indexes and document images for more than 1,400 counties across the United States. The company also offers professional research, consulting, training and GIS mapping services. Courthouse Direct.com makes it easy for attorneys, appraisers, abstractors, surveyors, landmen, investors, and real estate professionals to save time and money when accessing the property information they need.