This product is a recording of the Appraisal Institute webinar that was conducted on September 24, 2015. Once the Appraisal Institute confirms your payment, you will receive an e-mail containing a link to the webinar recording.
Please note: The interactive features of the webinar (e.g. poll/survey questions and the final evaluation) are NOT available in the recording. Appraisal Institute continuing education credit is NOT available for viewing the recording.
WEBINAR DETAILS Understanding TILA-RESPA for Real Estate Appraisers Date: September 24, 2015 Duration: 2 hours
This new webinar helps appraisers understand the major implementation issues with the new TILA/RESPA “Integrated Disclosures” Rule (TRID) relating to appraisal. Beginning in October, appraisals prepared for mortgage financing will be subject to a new “zero tolerance” framework, likely placing pressure on appraisers, banks and AMCs to quote more accurate fees on assignments. While the Final Rule allows for increase in fees based on “changed circumstances,” the full extent of what might actually qualify for a changed circumstance is not fully understood or has yet to be determined. Complicating the Rule’s implementation further are new consumer disclosure requirements relating to copies of appraisals, as well as existing requirements, such as the payment of customary and reasonable fees to appraisers.
At the end participants will:
SPEAKERS Steve Gottheim, Legislative and Regulatory Counsel, American Land Title Association, Washington, DC Penny Reed, Vice President, Wells Fargo Home Lending, Minneapolis, MN Richard Horn, Founding Partner, Richard Horn Legal, PLLC, Washington, DC
Bill Garber, Moderator
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