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Mortgage Lending Compliance – Concept Through Conclusion 4 Part Webinar Recording

$1,100.00 $900.00

WHAT?

The process of evaluating, originating and servicing mortgage loans contains numerous requirements that come from several regulations. Those regulations cover various aspects of the transaction – from product planning through servicing. Failure to comply with each and every requirement can result in liability in one form or another.

These recordings focus on origination of closed-end loans secured by real property. They do not cover open-end credit or credit that is unsecured or secured by collateral other than real estate or a dwelling.

WHY?

This four-part recording provides a very comprehensive review of the mortgage lending process from initial product development to origination to end of loan life servicing. The recordings break down the lending process into the appropriate phases. They explore which regulations apply to each phase and which actions are required by those regulations. You’ll receive a detailed manual (385 pages) that serves as a handbook long after viewing the recordings.

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Description

* Please note that the recording will not be immediately delivered to you. Upon purchasing please allow 24-48 hours for delivery. The recording will come in the form of a web link via e-mail from [email protected] The training manual that corresponds with the recording will be automatically delivered upon purchasing via email from the website.

This is a four part webinar series.  You’ll receive a hefty discount of $200 off of the purchase of four individual webinars.  This includes eight hours of information packed training!

WHAT?

The process of evaluating, originating and servicing mortgage loans contains numerous requirements that come from several regulations. Those regulations cover various aspects of the transaction – from product planning through servicing. Failure to comply with each and every requirement can result in liability in one form or another.

These recordings focus on origination of closed-end loans secured by real property. They do not cover open-end credit or credit that is unsecured or secured by collateral other than real estate or a dwelling.

WHY?

This four-part recording provides a very comprehensive review of the mortgage lending process from initial product development to origination to end of loan life servicing. The recordings break down the lending process into the appropriate phases. They explore which regulations apply to each phase and which actions are required by those regulations. You’ll receive a detailed manual (385 pages) that serves as a handbook long after viewing the recordings.

RECORDING CONTENT

The laws and regulations covered in the program include:

  • Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B;
  • Fair Housing Act/Agency regulations;
  • Home Mortgage Disclosure Act/Regulation C;
  • Truth in Lending Act/Regulation Z;
  • Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act/Regulation X;
  • Flood Disaster Protection Act/Agency Regulations;
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act/Regulations V;
  • Safe Act/Regulation G;
  • Homeowner Protection Act; and
  • Unfair, Deceptive or Abusive Acts or Practices.

The phases of the mortgage lending process covered in the program include:

Session 1

  • Strategic considerations
    • Regulations or guidance (Each rule – coverage/exemptions)
    • Emerging issues
    • Processes (developing procedures and operating systems, training staff, monitoring activities, and setting controls)
    • Use and role of third parties
    • Policies and Procedures
      • TIL (1026.36(j))
      • RESPA – servicing (1024.38, .39, .40, .41))
  • Product Design
    • Applicability of laws and regulations
    • Types of fees assessed
      • Finance charges (1026.4)
    • Prohibition on fees
      • TRID – Fee for preparing and delivery CD(1026.19(f)(5))
      • RESPA – Fee for escrow and TIL (1024.12)
    • Delivery systems
    • Loan originator qualifications
      • SAFE Act
      • TIL (1026.36(f))
    • Loan Originator Training (1026.36(f)(3)(iii))
    • Loan Origination Compensation rules (1026.36)
    • Prohibition on Financing Credit Insurance (1026.36)
    • e-Sign requirements
  • Pre-Application
    • Marketing
      • Applicability of laws and regulations
      • TIL advertising
      • Use of APR in Oral Disclosures (1026.26)
      • UDAAP
      • FTC Endorsement Guidelines
    • Steering Risk
    • Discrimination Issues

Session 2

  • Application
    • What is an application
      • How the term differs from one regulation to another
      • Prequalifications and preapprovals;
    • Taking Applications
      • Written vs. Oral Applications
      • New URLA
      • Obtaining credit reports
      • HUD Guidance on LEP
      • Rules Concerning Requests for Information
      • Form Issues
      • Collecting Government Monitoring Information
        • Regulation B
        • Part 27
        • HMDA
      • Discrimination Issues
    • Prohibition on Steering (1026.36)
    • Adverse Action
    • Restrictions
      • TRID Fee Restrictions
      • TRID Verifying Information
      • Prohibition on Kickbacks and Unearned Fees (1024.14())
    • Delivering Disclosures
      • TRID Written List of Providers
      • TRID Toolkit
      • TRID Loan Estimates (Initial and Revised)
      • Affiliated Business Disclosure
      • List of Homeownership Counseling Organizations
  • Underwriting
    • Rules Concerning Evaluation of Information
    • Evaluating Temporary Leave Income
    • Ability to Repay (1026.43)
    • Credit Score Disclosures
    • Flood Determination
      • Standard Flood Hazard Determination form
      • Determination fees

Session 3

  • Pricing
    • Risk-Based pricing
    • Limitation on Rates (1026.30)
  • Origination (Up to and including origination)
    • Amount of flood insurance, if any;
    • Escrow Requirements
      • TIL HPML (1026.35)
      • RESPA
        • Initial Escrow disclosure
      • Flood Insurance
    • Valuation Independence (1026.42)
    • Delivering Disclosures
      • TRID Closing Disclosures (Initial and Revised)
        • Tolerance Check
      • Special flood Hazard Determination Form
      • Flood – Notice of Servicer’s Identity
        • At origination
        • Transfer of Servicing
      • Right of Rescission
      • Section 32 Disclosure
      • Appraisals
        • Regulation B
          • Notice
          • Copy of the Appraisal
        • Regulation Z – HPML (1026.35)
          • Notice
          • Copy of the Appraisal
      • NMSLR ID Number (1026.36(g))
    • Restrictions
      • Section 32 (1026.32)
      • RESPA Return on Ownership Interest (1024.15(b)(3))
    • Rules Concerning Extensions of Credit (Spousal signature rules) 

Session 4

  • Servicing
    • Furnishing Credit Information (ECOA & FCRA)
      • FCRA Accuracy and Integrity
      • FCRA Notice of Negative Information
    • Reporting HMDA Data
    • Force-Placing Insurance
      • RESPA (1024.37))
      • Flood Insurance
    • Payment processing (1026.36(c)(1))
    • Pyramiding of late charges (1026.36(c)(2)
    • Payoff Statements (1026.36(c)(3))
    • Statements (1026.41)
    • Escrows
      • RESPA – Timely Escrow Payments and Treatment of Escrow account Balances (1024.34(a))
      • RESPA – Annual Escrow Disclosures
      • TIL – Escrow Cancellation Notice
    • Transfer of Servicing
      • RESPA (1024.33(b)(1))
      • TIL (1026.39)
      • Flood
    • RESPA Error Resolution Procedures (1024.35)
    • RESPA Requests for Information (1024.36)
    • Loss Mitigation
    • Foreclosure
    • Termination

WHO?

The recordings are designed for loan officers, compliance officers, loan support staff, marketing staff, auditors, and any others with responsibilities related to and aspect of mortgage loans.

PRESENTER

Jack Holzknecht is the CEO of Compliance Resource, LLC. He has been delivering the word on lending compliance for 43 years. In 38 years as a trainer over 145,000 bankers (and many examiners) have participated in Jack’s live seminars and webinars. Jack’s career began in 1976 as a federal bank examiner.  He later headed the product and education divisions of a regional consulting company. There he developed loan and deposit form systems and software. He also developed and presented training programs to bankers in 43 states. Jack has been an instructor at compliance schools presented by a number of state bankers associations. As a contractor he developed and delivered compliance training for the FDIC for ten years. He is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager and a member of the National Speakers Association.

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