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Explore whether a UCC foreclosure or an alternative remedy is the best option as the next downturn approaches so that all parties can be prepared.There are indications that an economic downturn may be coming sooner than...
Learn to identify and assess zombie foreclosure problems and create best practices for handling them.While Nevada continues its journey out of the real estate crisis, one of the many issues that has arisen is the...
Gain insight into implications of the rule that pose common challenges to those in the mortgage industry as well as their business practices and processes.
Learn how to effectively and quickly implement your loss mitigation program. Loss mitigation remains a work in progress for mortgage servicers. This is problematic because residential mortgage defaults are off record...
Learn what the requirements for effective rescission demands are, and how a creditor can defend itself against such a claim. Regulation Z rescissions can be costly and become more frequent when defaults and...
Learn the 9-step approach to understanding Chapter 13 procedures and gain better insight on the ramifications of a borrower seeking debt relief and reorganization.
While the effects of the Great Recession on real estate are hopefully receding, five-plus years of loan restructuring, foreclosure activity and short sales have taught us some lessons.
Address common and situational questions regarding the closing disclosure.Everyone involved in the residential mortgage business should be familiar with TRID and the closing disclosure mandated by TRID.
Feel well equipped for continued practice in our changing world where real estate and the law intersect.This topic will prepare real estate attorneys to meet their ethical obligations in the modern world.
Learn how banks make credit decisions based on the five (5) C's of credit- capacity (cash flow), capital (debt to equity), collateral (assets pledged), conditions (economic influence), and character (willingness to...
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