NADOA provides numerous personal and professional opportunities and benefits to its members. Membership is comprised of individuals from all over the United States of America.

Joining is simple

Fill out our online membership application. You will be prompted to pay online with our paypal payment facility, or you may pay by sending in a check via regular mail. After we have received your funds, our membership chairman reviews your application and provides notice to you when your application has been approved.

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Annual Directory - Includes Member name, Company name, street address, email address and telephone/fax numbers. The directory is also available online, where it contains the most up to date information.

Quarterly News Magazine - With information regarding industry changes, legislative updates and upcoming educational opportunities, the magazine is also available to view online.

Annual Education Institute - Featuring Program Journal and recertification credits for CDOA, CPLTA, CMM, CLE, CPL/RPL and reduced registration rates for members.

Regional Education Seminars - Offering reduced registration rates for members.

Involvement in Industry Issues - Such as supporting positive legislation, education, career growth for members, and interaction with our associate groups.

Local Association Support - For members throughout the United States.

Members Only Section online - Includes various information available only to members.




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    Active Member
    Is available to all industry professionals who are directly involved in the title work,

    contract analysis, as well as property management.

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    Associate Member
    Is available to

    those persons with duties and job functions related to division orders or

    land title analysis.

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    Lifetime Member
    Special designation conferred by the Board of Directors to an individual whose contributions

    are deemed by the Board to warrant such an honor.

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    Retired Member
    Available to members who satisfy the requirements of the classification, and

    is fully retired from job functions and duties.

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