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1 of these 3 may change how you make a living

Posted By Robert Treuber, Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Updated: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

[This is a revised version of a broadly distributed email sent on May 22, 2017]



Will you stand?

Will you speak?

Will you act?

The proposed DFS regulations have the potential to turn the title industry upside down.  But together, we can do something about it.

Scroll down to see what the NYSLTA is doing to provide you with the tools and opportunities that will keep the people and companies in the title insurance business a vital part of the real estate finance economy in New York State.

Ring the alarm. Put out the fire.

It is not enough to complain and bring grievances to light. No one knows title insurance better than we do and every time we talk about the problems in these regulations, we will be asked, "What do you want to do about it?"

A vigorous discussion is going on the title industry and the Association is working on releasing a statement that meets the needs of underwriters, agents, abstractrers, attorneys, closers and consumers.

Get off your seat.

We are asking our Members to take the lead and we invite all title professionals to join us in taking action.

First - Sign up for lobby day.  The linked page will explain about meeting in your legislators' local office, how we will schedule the meeting for you and prepare you with Talking Points.  This is super important.

And if are not a member of the Title Action Network (TAN) you should sign up today.

Next - If you can possibly make it, attend the Town Hall meeting on Long Island at 10 AM on June 7. This event is free to everyone but we ask that you pre-register.  We are also planning a live webcast Town Hall later in June.

Best - Attend the annul meeting and convention in Syracuse August 20-23. We have more that unites us than opposition to wrong-headed regulations.  Meet with your peers, build your network and learn how to make your business stronger.

Tags:  Convention  DFS  lobbying  Long Island  Reg 206  Reg 208  Regulations  Town Hall 

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