HUD finally released some long-awaited guidance regarding portions of the Final RESPA Rule in a 16-page FAQ. Now, title agents and settlement service providers need valuable analysis of the guidance, and input on how to make the rule work for them.
You can get expert advice at the 2009 ALTA Annual Convention, being held Oct. 21-24 at the Breakers in Palm Beach, Fla., as Mary Schuster of RamQuest and Chris Christensen of Peirson Patterson Law Firm lead the discussion. Both panelists are part of ALTA’s RESPA Implementation Taskforce, have dedicated many hours clarifying the questions ALTA members and other settlement providers have to seek guidance from HUD and can offer inside details to the RESPA Rule.
The panelists will:
- Offer analysis on the guidance to help attendees implement the new rule;
- And examine how to create new sales methods, enhance customer relationships and ensure profitability.
Title and settlement providers face a host of changes in a post-RESPA world. Old models and methods won't serve us well in the marketplace of tomorrow. Join us for this session and develop an understanding of the far-reaching impact of RESPA reform, beyond the HUD-1 form changes, that will be critical to not just survive, but thrive.
Save $200 if you register by Sept. 25.
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