The Riverside County Escrow Association, one of the founding regions of the California Escrow Association (CEA) in 1956, is presenting their 2007 Mini Conference entitled "Education for Motivation," a day-long program looking at current trends, issues and legislation affecting the escrow process. The event begins at 8:45 a.m. Saturday, June 9 at the Pechanga Resort and Casino located at 45000 Pechanga Parkway in Temecula, Calif.
"Education is the most important factor to success as an escrow practitioner," said Pete Carey, president of the Riverside County Escrow Association. "This conference is designed to assist industry professionals in keeping up-to-date in our ever-changing industry."
The conference will include educational sessions for escrow practitioners of all levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals. The event includes keynote speaker Deb Perry CEA President Elect, who will discuss ideas on how to build your business in the current real estate market.
A prestigious panel of speakers will also be on hand to lead discussions on a range of topics including:
- Manufactured Home - Marvina Vrabel will teach regulations involved with manufactured homes.
- How to Manage Your Staff - Donna Grosso will discuss how to prioritize and delegate.
- Short Sales & Foreclosures - Diane Weifenbach, Esq. will explore the essentials to handle foreclosures.
- Beginning Bulk Sales - Debbi Faber will discuss the basics of bulk sales.
The conference costs $80 for members and $90 for non-members. To reserve your seat, please mail your entry form and check to Judy Jackson at Vineyard Escrow at 3349 W. Florida Ave., Hemet, CA 92545. A registration form can be found online at http://www.ceaescrow.org/ed/2007/rcea-edsem06-07.pdf. For more information about the event contact Tina Thompson at (909) 652-4958 ext. 35.
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