We want you to have access to every tool needed to be successful in the reverse mortgage business. That’s why we strongly encourage you to attend NRMLA’s Annual Meeting & Expo. There’s no better venue to collaborate with industry peers or meet top subject matter experts from across the reverse mortgage business.
If there’s one constant in the reverse mortgage business, it’s change. And change impacts everyone, no matter what role you play.
Your future success as a reverse mortgage professional depends on your ability to keep up with these changes and adapt. NRMLA can help with that.
Underwriters, compliance staff, business owners, attorneys, counselors, servicers, processors and loan originators attend NRMLA’s Annual Meeting to be part of the industry discussions that matter most to your business. It’s also an excellent opportunity to meet with us in the exhibit hall to catch up on questions that you may have.
When you attend the annual meeting, you’ll be given full access to all conference sessions (general sessions and breakouts), admission to the exhibit hall and the opening reception, and all food and beverage activities. More importantly, you’ll get to meet people who have been originating reverse mortgages for many years and are often willing to share their thoughts and ideas when you ask them questions.
If you can’t attend the meeting yourself, make sure to send a colleague on your behalf! If you are not sending someone from your organization, then you’re really missing out on business meetings and educational sessions that can take your business to the next level.
Network with industry leaders. And come together to improve the reverse mortgage experience.
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