More than 70 events related to real estate finance are taking place during the current 90-day period. Covered topics include reverse mortgages, leads and mortgage servicing rights.
The Mortgage Daily Conference Calendar has 33 mortgage-related events listed for this month. Another 22 are on the schedule for April, while there are 18 the following month.
A separate page for each month
includes convention dates, hosts, locations and websites. Links are included to stories about the events and archived back to 1999.
UserCon, the second annual user conference for ReverseVision that was held from Feb. 8 through Feb. 10, drew a record crowd, a March 13 announcement indicated.
Attendees from more than 90 companies, including reverse mortgage lenders and brokers, made it to the sold-out event in San Diego. Many registrants were new to the industry.
People planning to attend LeadsCon from March 20 through March 22 can get $100 off the $1,245 registration price with the code "leadspedia." The event takes place at The Paris in Las Vegas.
The number of people registered for the
4th Annual Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Forum hosted by Information Management Network is approaching 400, a statement this week said.
The MSR event starts on March 28 and concludes the following day. It's being held at
the Marriott Downtown in New York and costs between $1,195 and $2,095 depending on the date purchased.
From May 9 through May 11, the
Great River MBA Conference takes place at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. The convention is targeted at attendees from Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee. Registration costs between $300 and $450 depending on membership status and the date purchased.
"We offer attendees and sponsors a balanced three days of inspiring and motivational instruction, coupled with a unique opportunity to network with top experts in the mortgage industry and fun," the conference website states.
A March 13 news release indicated that
record attendance is expected for the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association's 101st Annual Convention. The event begins on May 21 and finishes on May 23. The venue is the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio, Texas. The cost to attend is between $595 and $895 depending on TMBA-membership status and whether registration is completed by April 17.
Among the featured speakers is former President George W. Bush.
"This year's conference will provide mortgage bankers with invaluable information on new tactics and strategies to help navigate through industry changes and achieve ongoing success and sustainability" TMBA President Mary Pirrello said in the statement.