This product is a recording of the Appraisal Institute webinar that was conducted on June 21, 2013.
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.
The CFPB Appraisal Rules and You
Date: June 21, 2013
Duration: 2 hours
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is authorized to deal with a range of appraisal related topics, including consumer disclosures, appraisal requirements and servicing requirements. Earlier this year, Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act) and Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act) underwent significant changes. The agency also finalized a rule relating to loan servicing with impacts on valuation. Attend this webinar to learn the latest information from CFPB staff on these final rules and their impact on appraisals, and hear how banks are treating the new rules.
Attend this webinar and understand:
- How the CFPB interfaces with the appraisal profession
- Impact of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act Valuations Rule (ECOA) on appraisers and their clients
- How clients of appraisal services must comply with the new rules
- New liability exposures relating to appraisals, BPOs and AVMs
- How the CFPB intends to oversee “larger participants” and what that means for consumer responsibilities
- Changes between prior Regulation B and the new Rule and what it requires
- Scope of the Truth in Lending (TILA) Higher-Priced Mortgage Loan Appraisal Rule - what are and are not valuations, what is and is not covered
- How the TILA Servicing Final Rule and RESPA Servicing Final Rule impacts future appraisal assignments
Owen Bonheimer, Counsel, Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
William Matchneer, Senior Counsel, Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Whitney Patross, Counsel, Office of Regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Penny Reed, Vice President, Business Capabilities Management at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage