The second installment of the RESPA 2010 Webinar Series is your perfect opportunity for expert line-by-line instruction on filling-out the new HUD-1. Who better to guide you through the new form than the HUD-insider who led its creation and the nation’s foremost RESPA trainer?
This HUD-1 instruction and insight is perfect for:
- Title Agents
- Closing Departments
- Mortgage Brokers / Loan Officers
- Real Estate Agents
- Anyone else who needs to understand the form
Tired of 1-hour shows glossing over the topic and leaving your questions unanswered? Mastering the New HUD-1 devotes a full 2 1/2 hours to training you on the new form and answering your questions.
Order today and you’ll learn:
- How to fill out the new HUD-1 from top to bottom – not only what goes where… but also the reason why it goes there.
- Key issues to consider about the new HUD-1 as it relates to the GFE.
- The latest on the settlement services providers list debate.
- How to navigate HUD’s period or “restrained enforcement” when others might not put forth their best good faith efforts.
Here are just a few of the questions addressed:
- What was the reasoning behind the separation of the agent’s and underwriter’s portions of the premium? How might this impact competition?
- How does the average charge concept work?
- What should a closing agent do if there is a tolerance violation?
Speakers / Trainers
The Collingwood Group, Washington, D.C.
Brian Montgomery, is a Managing Director of The Collingwood Group and former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Assistant Secretary for Housing – Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Commissioner who oversaw the development and publication of the RESPA rule. As FHA commissioner, he was responsible for the oversight and modernization of the insurance fund’s $600 billion portfolio, and the operation and management of all programs within HUD’s Office of Housing, including FHA. Montgomery was also responsible for HUD’s regulatory responsibilities related to RESPA and the SAFE Act, the housing mission of the GSEs and the manufactured housing industry.
The Collingwood Group, Washington, D.C.
Gary Cunningham was formerly the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regulatory Affairs and Manufactured Housing at HUD, who directed HUD’s efforts to develop and implement the RESPA rule, GFE and HUD-1 that become effective Jan. 1, 2010. He directed the regulatory and compliance programs of the Office of Housing and FHA, including policy formulation, rulemaking and enforcement nationally of RESPA and the SAFE Act. Cunningham leads Collingwood’s regulatory and compliance advisory practice focusing on RESPA, the SAFE Act and other statutes.
RESPA Compliance Trainer and National Marketing Director
1st National Title, LLC
Christopher Cruise is a nationally-known, Washington, D.C.- based compliance trainer specializing in RESPA. He has been a residential mortgage loan originator since 1988, has written extensively for mortgage trade publications and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Bankrate.com, The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest and many other publications. He has conducted and attended dozens of webinars and classes on the RESPA rule and has written columns about the rule for RESPANews.com.
The Collingwood Group is a senior team of seasoned financial services executives providing business advisory services to boards of directors and executives of firms in the financial services industry. The firm provides clients with extraordinary insights and capabilities in the world of federal departments, agencies, GSEs, trade groups, news media and all those constituencies that make Washington, D.C., a uniquely challenging business environment.
The Title Report, October Research Corp.
Jennifer Kovacs is the editor of The Title Report at Richfield, Ohio-based October Research Corp. She reports on the daily news of the title insurance and settlement services industry through e-news campaigns and the Web site www.TheTitleReport.com, in addition to providing readers with in-depth analysis and feature stories in the bi-weekly print publication. Jennifer also manages Webinars and audio seminars presented by The Title Report and is involved in the planning and execution of October Research’s National Settlement Services Summit. Prior to joining October Research, Jennifer was a senior editor with a Cleveland, Ohio-based trade publishing company, where she reported on the hotel industry for a group of four hospitality magazines. She also has spent several years as a reporter with a Northeast Ohio daily newspaper, covering local politics and education.