Get answers to these and other key questions...
- What RESPA/TILA discrepancies can you expect... and how do you handle them?
- When can “changed circumstances” allow for a quote change?
- How will the relationship between lenders and title agents change?
- What’s the deal with average charges from settlement service providers?
- What will you need to know when comparing GFE and HUD-1 figures?
- How and when do you ‘cure’ a GFE?
The new GFE is RESPA reform’s crowning achievement, and its January implementation date is right around the corner...are you ready for it?
In The New GFE: Countdown to Compliance you will learn how to handle issues arising from the new form – including average charge pricing, ‘changed circumstances,’ guidance resources and why strengthening the relationship between lenders and title agents will be critical.
This highly informative audio seminar featured two seasoned RESPA attorneys, (who are both also knowledgeable in potentially conflicting TILA issues,) and an attorney who serves as general counsel for a settlement services provider, and spoke on resulting HUD-1 issues.
Also Expect to Learn
- How to tighten up good faith estimates and better educate consumers
- How e-documents can help streamline the process
- The best people and resources to turn to for help and guidance
- What you should be doing and what it will cost… and much more!
Meet Our Expert Panelists:
Vincent G. Danzi
Equity Settlement Services, Inc.
Vincent Danzi is general counsel of Equity Settlement Services Inc., a national title and settlement services provider headquartered on Long Island, N.Y. Proficient in several programming languages, Vincent brings to bear a unique blend of legal and technical know-how of what is required for compliance and how to best use technology to achieve it. Since receiving his law degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo, he has worked in the title insurance and settlement services industry and has published articles in a number of trade publications and trade organization journals. Danzi is admitted to practice law in New York State and is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association.
Howard A. Lax
Lipson, Neilson, Cole, Seltzer & Garin, P.C.
Howard Lax is a partner with the Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based law firm of Lipson, Neilson, Cole, Seltzer & Garin PC. His practice concentrates on financial institutions’ consumer compliance and regulatory affairs, and real property law. Lax earned his law degree cum laude, from Wayne State University’s School of Law. Active in the legal community, he is a member of the State Bar of Michigan’s Business Law Section and is a member of the governing council of the Real Property Law Section. He also publishes a bimonthly legal newsletter for the mortgage banking industry.
Weiner, Brodsky, Sidman, Kider PC
James Milano is a partner with Washington, D.C.-based Weiner, Brodsky, Sidman, Kider PC. Milano’s practice focuses on financial services industry federal and state regulatory compliance matters, particularly with respect to reverse mortgage lending issues. Milano represents and advises mortgage companies, consumer finance companies, financial institutions and secondary market investors. He earned his law degree from Louisiana State University and is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia, Georgia, Louisiana, Virginia and Maryland.