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Still Time to Register for Houston Residential Real Estate Compliance and Mortgage Lending Seminar
Friday, April 10, 2015 6:30 AM

The next Residential Real Estate Compliance and Mortgage Lending Seminar takes place in Houston on April 21–22, and you still have time to register. Here's a peek at some of the things you'll learn and take back to benefit your credit union:

Day One Topics

  • Completing the application, action taken, and monitoring
  • Processing checklist and duties, homeownership counseling, changed circumstances,
  • APR, tolerances, finance charges, preliminary disclosures (GFE & TIL)
  • Loan estimate overview (effective Aug. 1, 2015)
  • Ability to repay and qualified mortgages, Appendix Q
  • HPMLs, HPCTs and high-cost/HOEPA escrows and appraisals

Day Two Topics

  • Ability to repay and qualified mortgages, Appendix Q
  • HPMLs, HPCTs, and high-cost/HOEPA escrows and appraisals
  • Appraisals and evaluation procedures, flood requirements
  • Closing disclosure overview (effective Aug. 1, 2015)
  • APR, tolerances, finance charges, violations, and cures
  • Modifications, extensions, renewals vs. refinancing
  • Right of rescission troubleshooting
  • Detailed clarifications—integrated disclosures
  • LE and CD (effective Aug. 1, 2015) – RESPA/TILA 

Who should attend?
Those involved in originating, application, processing, closing, and servicing home equity and/or residential real estate lending will find our two-day, hands-on seminar uniquely suited for their needs. In addition, this training is benefits those in quality control, underwriting, and compliance auditing, no matter what level of expertise.

More Information & Registration

* Cornerstone’s Lending Council has launched a new initiative aimed at the first 20 Lending Council members to register for the Residential Real Estate Compliance and Mortgage Lending Seminar on April 21-22 in Houston. The initiative was created to cover the cost of one day of the two-day seminar. Attendance on both days is recommended to get the most out of the training, but Lending Council members who opt to attend both days will be responsible for the second day. Register for the special Lending Council offer now.

And don't forget, there's another Residential Real Estate Compliance and Mortgage Lending Seminar in Little Rock May 12-13.