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Learn about the alternatives to foreclosures and how the CARES Act legislation has affected them.This topic will focus on the process and procedures of a mortgage foreclosure, specifically a judicial mortgage...
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Fair Lending and Related Mortgage Developments and Trends:An Update for Mortgage Lenders, Bankers, and Attorneys
Gain an understanding of the updated fair lending developments affecting mortgage lenders, including a discussion of nondepository and depository lenders.
Learn the aspects of the rule changes, new forms and how you must stay compliant with these changes. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) directed the Consumer Financial Protection...
Servicing reverse mortgages is distinctly different form servicing "forward" mortgages. And, most reverse mortgage portfolios today are comprised of FHA-insured HECM loans.
Foreclosing on a multimillion dollar asset can be costly if mistakes are made, so join us to learn how to properly navigate through the process or even hone your foreclosure skills.
Understand when a Deed in Lieu of foreclosure or Short Sale may be utilized to reduce the time and expense of litigation, even when subordinate liens exist.
Take an in-depth look at mortgage fraud and its impact across the banking industry.It's estimated that mortgage fraud such as lying on loan applications and inflated appraisals will cost the industry about $2.
Learn and prepare for changes in mortgage lending and servicing with challenges from COVID-19 in mind.This topic will focus on the mortgage industry and where it has been and where it is going in the wake of COVID-19.
Get up to speed on the CFPB's amended final rules regarding loan originator compensation and servicing provisions Navigating mortgage banking's legal landscape has never been more complex.
Failing to address the significant industry changes exposes organizations to enforcement activities, examination problems, and/or private litigations or complaints.
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