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Create Your Own Education Materials with ALTAprints.com



By Eric Schneider NTP

So, you have heard about this “HOP” thing that ALTA has created. And you even attended a presentation on the program and how it helps you reach out to consumers, lenders and real estate agents. And you have seen the really cool handouts, placards and posters that can be used to display information. And you vaguely recall something about a website where you can create your own materials.

But either you were afraid of taking the plunge and working your way through the internet, or you just haven’t had the time to explore the site.

During ALTA’s 2016 Annual Convention, I’ll participate in an Engagement Lab titled “Create Your Own Education Materials with ALTAprints.com.” We will spend a half hour together walking through the various features available on the ALTAprints.com website. We will show how you can customize materials for your interactions with homebuyers and their real estate agents and lenders. Bring along your own laptop or tablet, along with your questions and ideas. You’ll leave feeling ready to apply your creative juices to make something that will stand out in your own market!

Anyone can put together fantastic looking presentations and informative correspondence with minimum computer skills. Spoiler Alert: your instructor is not a computer geek (just a title geek). If he can use ALTAprints.com, so can you! So help your company to communicate with customers and see the positive impact it makes in your business. See you in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Wednesday, Oct. 5 from 12-12:30 p.m.

Eric Schneider is managing attorney for Lakeside Title Company. He can be reached at [email protected]. Schneider will speak more in depth about this topic during a session titled "Create Your Own Education Materials with ALTAprints.com" during ALTA's Annual Convention. Click here to register.


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