RESPRO Seeks to Educate Agents on Mortgage Regulation Overhaul

by Chicago Agent

Real Estate Services Providers Council, Inc. (RESPRO) is hosting its Affiliated Business Regulatory Seminars on November 3rd at the Renaissance Chicago O’Hare Suites Hotel. The seminars, which will be worth 6.0 Continuing Legal Education credits for participants, seek to educate on how the country’s most recent overhaul on federal mortgage regulations will affect the home-buying business.
The recent Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) is a primary topic of discussion on the agenda for the seminars. Realtors and professionals in the home-buying business attending the event can expect to hear about what to anticipate from federal regulators in 2012 – and how to structure a marketing agreement, under RESPA regulations, as well as top class action threats against affiliated businesses under RESPA and related regulations.

Other topics in the seminars include; the impact of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, the top priorities for next year’s residential housing industry from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the latest developments that affect affiliated businesses from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Housing Administration.

The seminars will be hosted by RESPA experts Phil Schulman of K&L Gates LLP and Jay Varon of Foley & Lardner LLP, and will also included are a question-and-answer session with panel experts. For more information regarding the seminars, please visit seminars.respro.org.

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