2018 NALTA Annual Conference

The Renaissance Orlando at Seaworld was the absolutely beautiful setting for the 33rd National Association of Lease and Title Analysts Annual Conference. With the support of chapters throughout the country, various sponsors, and exhibitors, this year’s event encouraged folks to “bask in the rays of knowledge” through continuing education classes, workshops, and presentations.

Lou Mongello Presentation - 2018 NALTA Annual Conference

Sarah and Tiffany enjoyed the opportunity to meet new faces, visit with industry colleagues and friends from last year, and catch up with iLandMan clients. The conference environment was perfect for forming new relationships and networking. They also appreciated the chance to educate analysts and others about how iLandMan can help them organize and streamline their business practices.

Sarah Caldwell, Karen Chism, Betty Hodge, Tiffany Patterson - 2018 NALTA Annual Conference

Along with all of the informative sessions, NALTA did a wonderful job providing entertainment throughout the week for those in attendance, giving everyone the opportunity to cut loose and really get to know each other. The Presidential Welcome Reception and Luau Kahuna Social were tons of fun with great food, dancing and music.

Sarah Caldwell, Tiffany Patterson, Luau Kahuna Social - 2018 NALTA Annual Conference

Sarah and Tiffany had a wonderful time participating in all of the events and are already looking forward to 2019! A big thank you to our host, Renaissance Orlando at Seaworld, all of the participating companies, sponsors, and especially the great NALTA team.

Wondering where the iLandMan team is headed next? Check out our events calendar for upcoming dates and event locations.

For more pictures from this great event, enjoy the gallery below or view the album on our Facebook Page where you can tag yourself and your friends.

Request a Demonstration (E&P)

  • *iLandMan will NEVER share your contact information with anyone!
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.