On January 1, the new 2010 Good Faith Estimate came into being amid a lot of hoopla and consternations. Now that it is here, many people don’t know exactly what it does and doesn’t do for the consumer and how it will effect and what affect it will have on Realtors®. This is a major change in RESPA (Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act). Because of the changes, I will be holding webinars for Realtors® in my service area (Oregon, Washington and California) with a limit of 25 per day allowed to register. Here is the sign up link for the webinars.
The webinars are free and I will be sending a one hour certificate of attendance for each attendee. The changes in this form are huge and should be considered a must know for any Realtor®. I have held many seminars in the past for Realtors® and consumers on subjects ranging from First Time Homebuyer information, to FHA ins and outs, to blogging for your business. I will also be holding seminars in the near future for potential home buyers. The nice thing about a webinar is that you don’t have to figure in the travel time from your busy day. Each one will be held at your desk.
Be sure and get registered, I expect these slots to fill fast and will be strictly first come first served. If you have any other real estate mortgage questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Eugene Loan Guy, 541-342-7576/541-221-3455 cell, 1200 Executive Pkwy., Ste. 100, Eugene OR, or e-mail me.