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Introducing "Tax Sales Today," the official Podcast of the NTLA!
Title: “Meet the NTLA”
Description: Once again, we interview Brad Westover to explain the genesis of the NTLA and its need in the United States with proceeds contributing back to the public sector.
Description: Brad Westover explains the differences between tax liens and deeds and how they vary from the states that participate in this industry, exclusive to the United States.
Description: We uncover and expose the differences between many myths and truths in the field. There are many bad actors that lure vulnerable individuals seeking to enrich their lives only to be swindled into liquidating their savings to invest in worthless, garbage liens and deeds.
Title: “Meet the NTLA Foundation”
Description: Hear about the genesis of the NTLA Foundation, founded by Brad Westover in 2017 as a non-profit whose mission is to provide economic relief to occupied home-owners in demonstrated hardship and in danger of losing their homes to property tax foreclosure.
Description: Ted Doman is a Sr. VP at Firstrust Bank, a regional bank in and around the Philadelphia area. Ted’s career in commercial banking spans over 25 years, starting as a teller in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Finance from Susquehanna University. Ted is actively involved in the banking and tax lien communities, recently-elected NTLA President and also sits on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Risk Management Association (RMA) where he also served as its president from 2016-2017.
Description: Brenda ("Bren") is the Executive Director of National Sales at Meridian Title Corporation. In 2005, she started her career at Meridian Title with the set-up and development of the REO Department, followed by the evolution into the Tax Lien Industry and building the need for the National Account Services department. She earned her B.A. at Indiana University-Bloomington in Speech Communications with a minor in Telecommunications. Her role is to develop new business and growth opportunities for MTC on a National level. Bren has been a true advocate of the mission and vision of the NTLA not only as a member but as a major supporter of NTLA's events over many years.
Members of the NTLA - and other fans of the podcast - can contact the NTLA by email at info@NTLA.org to provide feedback and ideas for future podcasts, and to be considered for an interview. (Only members of the NTLA, with the exception of other select individuals for human-interest pieces, etc. will be considered for an interview.)
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