In 1989, the National Association of Lease and Title Analysts (NALTA) implemented the Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA) program to enhance the professional status and provide a reliable standard of excellence and achievement amongst qualified lease and title analysts.
Participation is voluntary and only available to NALTA members in good standing. Candidates who meet the established criteria and who successfully complete a comprehensive examination will be granted the coveted title of Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA).
Why Become Certified?
CPLTA’s are recognized for exemplifying the highest standards of experience, competence and integrity. Earning the CPLTA designation has been known to:
- Help you earn credibility and respect
- Open more opportunities for advancement
- Increase your earning potential
- Prove your willingness to invest in your own development
- Demonstrate your commitment to your profession
- Build confidence in your lease and title analysis knowledge
CPLTA Publication Notices
The certification program is proud to announce the following applicants as they prepare to sit for the CPLTA Exam:
Dana Spickler, Nicholas J. Nelson, Tiffany Manen
Kim Hall, Norma Penn, Kerry Hereden, Amy Schelfhout
Kathryn LaRue, Katie Hess, Cara Hill
Emily Davidson, Trinity Carman, Michael Cummings, Kenton Boevers, Jared Breedlove, Katy King, Sergio Rivera, Brian Cox
Emily Nowlin, Alaine Ainsworth, Clayton Rippstein, Allison Kaiser Jenkins, Nicole Dimond, Michele Luna, Ariana Christine, Nicholas Allensworth
Collin Pedersen, Katie Cummings, Donn Frye
Lisa Demasi, Jeremy Horn, Christopher Harris, Elizabeth Porter
Karly Nanz, Sharon Payne, April Hubbard, Elizabeth Newton
Sharon Mercer, Barbara Jaros, Christopher Elswick
Certification Manual Purchase
NALTA recommends the purchase of our comprehensive CPLTA Review Manual. The manual was designed to be a study reference for analysts preparing for the CPLTA Exam, a textbook for the CPLTA Review, and an exhaustive desk reference for analysts of all experience levels. Manuals are available for purchase at www.NALTA.org by visiting the following link: