A growing number of lenders have already started generating the revised GFE – Is your agency equipped to accept it? Don’t lose business because you’re not ready to work with these new documents.
Are your staff and technology ready to handle these new forms?
Make sure you stay one step ahead of the game.
In this audio seminar you will learn:
- How lenders will address unprepared title companies… and how to make sure you aren’t one of them.
- Find out how - and how long it will take - to get both personnel and technology up to par
- New enforcement, penalties, and liabilities to be aware of
- Process details for Final HUD-1 approval and GFE overages
- How to get answers to rule interpretations from HUD, and more
Who Should Listen?
- Independent title agents
- Title agency owners/operators
- Title insurance underwriters
- Technology companies
- Closing attorneys
Richard J. Andreano, Jr.
Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
Richard Andreano is a member of the Washington, D.C., based law firm Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC. Richard’s practice focuses on federal and state mortgage lending and consumer credit compliance issues, including matters involving the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Truth in Lending Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Home Mortgage Disclosure Act and Gramm Leach Bliley Act.
Michigan State Agency Manager
Fidelity National Title Group
Sarah Sutton started her 30-plus year career in the real estate industry as a licensed real estate agent. She has closed (processed the closing packages; closed with the parties to the transaction; and disbursed the packages) on more than 5,000 transactions. After selling her Midland, Mich., title agency in 1997, Sutton joined the upper management team of the purchasing title company and developed a reputation for “thinking outside the box.” Sarah often speaks at Michigan Land Title Association education seminars and provides education seminars throughout the year for the FNTG Great Lakes Region agents.
Thomas W. Cronkright II
Owner & CEO
Sun Title Agency
Thomas W. Cronkright II is a founding member of Sun Title Agency and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. He is a licensed title producer in multiple states. Tom is an attorney admitted to practice in the State of Michigan and holds a real estate broker's license. His primary responsibilities include marketing, strategic planning, business development and oversight of the company's commercial property division.
Tom was previously an attorney in the business and corporate practice groups of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP and Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone, P.L.C. In 2004, Tom formed Corporate Advisors PLC, a private law firm that specializes in legal and corporate strategy services for businesses and business owners. Tom received his B.A. degree in finance from Western Michigan University and his law degree from Wayne State University.
Tom is a member of the American Land Title Association (ALTA), National Realtor's Association, Michigan Realtor's Association, American Bar Association, Michigan Bar Association and the Downtown Development Authority of the City of Rockford.
The Title Report
Jeremy Yohe is the editor of The Title Report, which provides business news and analysis for the settlement services industry. Prior to joining October Research, Jeremy was the managing editor of The Massillon Independent, a daily newspaper in Northeastern Ohio. He has 15 years experience as a journalist and has won several Associated Press awards for writing and design while working for several newspapers in Ohio and Indiana.
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