UTA's annual fall Educational Conference & Trade Show keeps members current on all practice issues of interest to trustees and provides a marketplace for service providers to interact with you to improve your practice. The educational sessions, which are MCLE accredited, address legal, legislative, and operations issues and the networking opportunities are unprecedented.
We'll be playing at the beautiful TPC Stadium Course at PGA WEST at the La Quinta Resort & Club.
Walk in the footsteps of legends. Designed for golf's biggest stage, The TPC Stadium Course—home of the Skins Game—is where legends have made history. This par-72 Pete Dye-designed jewel is a 'must play' for those seeking the ultimate golf challenge. A favorite among touring professionals, and ranked among the best by Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, and Golfweek, Pete Dye crafted one of the most challenging tracks you can play; creating 18 individual masterpieces, each with a character and identity all its own. The infamous 17th tee, known as "Alcatraz" was inspired by the 17th island green at TPC Sawgrass. TPC Stadium derives its mystique from unique undulations, cavernous bunkers and peninsula and island par 3s. Tournament highlights include the Skins Game, Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf and the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
The event includes a Putting Contest; a Longest Drive and 'Closest to the Pin' Contest; Raffle Tickets and a 'Poker Game'. Prizes will include four incredible hole-in-one prizes; a $10,000 prize; a Golf Vacation for two to Ireland (airfare included); and a Golf Vacation for two to Pinehurst, NC. Check-in and putting contests begin at 8:00 am. Tee-Time is 8:30 am. Awards, raffles and prizes will be awarded in a post tournament, golfers-only meeting.
(Conference registration fee does not include golf participation.)
Explore La Quinta's trails on foot with a tour guide and you'll experience the beautiful desert setting first-hand! Hiking trails of all levels are abundant in and around La Quinta, from easy walking paths to difficult terrain. You'll be able to experience spectacular mountain vistas, waterfalls, natural streams, rocky gorges and unusual rock formations.
(There is no additional fee to participate.)
Join your colleagues and friends as talented artists help you create a featured La Quinta desert scene while you enjoy wine. You'll take home your own work of art. Life is too short for blank walls - unleash your inner Picasso!
(Conference registration fee does not include Wine and Canvas participation.)
After a hard day on the golf course or painting or hiking, relax for a while and catch up with old friends and new colleagues at UTA's Welcome Reception.Flores 1 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Business Casual
CFPB will update us on where it all started, the biggest issues and concerns in 2014, where we are today and a quick look into what's around the corner in 2015. This session will explore CFPB rules – with a focus on how servicers and loans are covered under CFPB; pre-foreclosure contact with the debtor; loss mitigation rules; and payment processing. Servicer requirements under CFPB prior to a loan being referred for foreclosure will addressed.
Our foreclosure legal update panel will address the myriad of cases interpreting HOBR in California along with cases law in all Western States. This session covers all of the key relevant court cases from the past year in a rapid-fire, yet detailed format that provides informative and practical information.
During lunch we will honor Past President Robert Finlay as well as the 2014 Dorothy Schick Veteran Member of the Year and the 2014 Suzanne Kelly New Member of the Year. The Annual Meeting will include Board Elections for 2015.
This panel will provide an update on California and Nevada HOA lien foreclosures.
Enjoy a lively discussion among our premier bankruptcy Judges panel who will discuss the issues and conflicts that affect our day-to-day operations.
Note: This is a black-tie event.
UTA members will enjoy a night of dining and networking at the Association's annual dinner gala event.
Our evening, held in Morgan's restaurant, on the La Quinta property, will allow members to enjoy a sophisticated evening with a jazz pianist, food and wine stations and other surprises. Casino games featuring Blackjack, Poker, Craps and Roulette will allow members to earn great prizes. Members may bid on many silent auction items as well. At 8:00 pm the dancing begins.
We appreciate the dinner event sponsorship from Auction.com; Foreclosure Solution, Inc.; Metropolitan News Company; Priority Posting and Publishing; ServiceLink; iMailTracking and Walz.
This session will allow trustees to exchange information concerning operations and best practices. Among the many topics to be discussed, will be a focus on SCRA's and Property Registration.Facilitators:
Our panel will discuss several issues relating to title issues, including; (a) GSE Requirements; (b) Assignment issues; (c) Lease Holds; (d) Marketable Title for Fannie and Freddie; and (e) Mobile Homes.
Enjoy a delicious lunch while our gracious exhibitors announce their prize winners.
This session will provide important information on recent bankruptcy decisions that have impacted foreclosure practice and real estate law. Current issues being litigated will be addressed with a specific emphasis on how cases impact the trustee.
This session will explore the servicing requirements and challenges of complex reverse mortgages, and will specifically address surviving spouses; other heirs; dependents; and elder care.
Our Legislative Update panel will provide us with detailed summaries of the key issues and bills addressed this year in California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Arizona.
Head northwest on E Tahquitz Canyon Way toward N El Cielo Rd. Turn left at S El Cielo Rd, and then left at E Ramon Rd. Get onto I-10 E and to the Washington St. exit. Turn right at Washington St. (signs for La Quinta/Palm Desert/Indian Wells/Bermuda Dunes). Make a right at Eisenhower Dr and continue about 1 mile. Resort will be on the right. (Approximately 35 minutes, depending on traffic)
Head east on East Terminal Way, make a slight left at S E Way and continue onto N Archibald Ave. Take the ramp onto I-10 E to the Washington St exit. Turn right at Washington St. (signs for La Quinta/Palm Desert/Indian Wells/Bermuda Dunes). Make a right at Eisenhower Dr and continue about 1 mile. Resort will be on the right. (Approximately 1.5 hours, depending on traffic)
Head south on World Way towards W Way. Take the ramp onto S Sepulveda Blvd to I-1405 E. Take the exit toward I-605 N, keep left at the fork and follow signs for I-605 and merge onto I-605 N. Take the exit onto I-10 E toward San Bernadino. Take the Washington St exit. Turn right at Washington St. (signs for La Quinta/Palm Desert/Indian Wells/Bermuda Dunes). Make a right at Eisenhower Dr and continue about 1 mile. Resort will be on the right. (Approximately 2.5 hours, depending on traffic)
"I've been attending UTA's Conferences for years and I've taken something important from each one."
"UTA's annual educational conference is a 'can't miss.' It keeps us updated on the latest case law review in nonjudicial foreclosures and if you don't have the latest, you simply cannot perform."
"UTA conferences give me the ability as a service-provider to partner our product with a very targeted group – loan-servicing professionals."
"The knowledge and the friendships I have gained from attending UTA's annual conference over the past years are invaluable to me on both a professional and personal level and the vendors' products are always helpful to us."
Those acting as trustees under real property deeds of trust, including employees of title companies, financial institutions, and independent companies. Anyone working in allied and support organizations, including posting and publishing companies and computer service firms will find the UTA Annual Conference and Trade Show to be of immeasurable help in their practice.
UTA has submitted approval with several State Bars for 10 and a half hours of Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits for the 39th Annual Education Conference. Final approval information will be available prior to October 1, 2014.
Throughout the conference, dress attire is resort style and/or business casual. The Monday evening dinner is cocktail attire.
(Cost includes one attendees per booth)
Booth for Members - $1,250
Booth for Non-Members - $1,500
Exhibiting at the UTA's annual conference provides you with a unique and cost-effective opportunity to introduce your products and services to the key decision-makers and influencers in the industry.
Exhibiting at UTA's Annual Conference will help drive brand loyalty, create awareness and visibility for your products and services and help your company penetrate the growing default servicing industry.
Full Page Ad (Back Cover) - $1,075
full Page Ad - $825
Half Page Ad - $575
Cocktail Reception - $1,000
Lunch - $1,000
Breakfast - $1,000
Conference Event - $500
Education Session - $250
Binder Printing - $2,500
Conference Tote Bag - $2,000
Hotel Room Key Ads - $2,000
Refreshment Breaks - $250
Member - 1st Attendee
Member - 2nd Attendee
*Registration fees will not be refunded. The earlybird deadline will be strictly adhered to. Registration badges will be checked upon admission to all events. Substitution of another person from the same company is available up to three days prior to the Conference.register now