2022 TLTA Conference Recap
For the more than 600 Texas title professionals who attended TLTA's Annual Conference and Business Meeting in Fort Worth June 13-15, the opportunity to gather with friends and colleagues while seeking out new insights about our evolving marketplace continued to define Texas' premier title industry event.
From the opening conversation with TDI Commissioner Cassie Brown to the closing traditions and awards, this year's conference was a robust celebration of our industry's strength marked by a shared eagerness to network with top industry professionals.
Opening Session: A Conversation with Leslie Midgley and TDI Commissioner Cassie Brown
Economic and housing forecast with Dr. Jim Gaines of the Texas A&M Real Estate Institute
Opening night reception with vendors, exhibitors, sponsors and guests
Whether attendees were looking for marketplace insights or CE hours, they found what they were looking for among our session highlights, including legislative forecasts, a regulatory update, primer on cryptocurrency, strategies to prevent burnout, insights on creating a customer experience that lasts, and more.
Incoming TLTA President Paul R. Rodriguez is passed the gavel by outgoing President John T. Updegraff, Jr.
President's evening guests applaud TLTA Honorary Member Celia Goode-Haddock
Leslie S. Johnson is honored with the President's Award by TLTA President 2021-22 John T. Updegraff, Jr.
John Martin and family celebrate Martin's receipt of our association's highest honor, Title Person of the Year
President's Evening featured dueling pianos and all the fun traditions that mark this a must-attend annual event