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Contents of CD that Will Be Distributed At Our Upcoming Workshop

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I. Code Citations a. Business and Professions Code Citations – 10166.01 – 10166.17 (Implementation of the SAFE Act under the Real Estate Law) b. Civil Code Citations – 1090.5 (Requirements for Hiring/Using/Terminating Real Estate Appraisers) c. Financial Code Citations – 4970 et seq. and 4995 et seq. (California Requirements for “High Cost” and “Higher Cost” or “Higher Priced” Residential Mortgage Loans) II. “Dodd-Frank” Act a. HR 2509 (Federal Legislation Sponsored by NAMP/CAMP to Amend Dodd-Frank Regarding LO Compensation) b. Summary, prepared by S. Guy Puccio and Herman Thordsen, Esquire (A Summary of Significant Issues of This Act that Affect Residential Mortgage Loans and Mortgage Brokers) III. Federal...

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Next Make More Money Now Workshop plus Q & A: October 22

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Make More Money Now – Extended Workshop Featuring 3 Wise Men Q&A San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area October 22, 2011 In today’s difficult legislative and economic environment, wouldn’t you like to acquire new and creative ways to do business that will increase your bottom line? How about a personalized Q&A session with three of the most experienced and knowledgeable veterans of the mortgage lending industry whose goal is to help you not only understand and comply with new laws but also increase your income as a result of this understanding? Our next Make More Money Now workshop offers two information-packed sessions full of tools and advice to help...

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Dodd-Frank Still Being Ironed Out

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Today we point you to this article in MarketWatch: “One Year On: Most Dodd-Frank changes still to come,” MarketWatch, July 21, 2011. (Click link to download PDF.) The 3 Wise Men disagree with this piece on two main points: 1. Regarding community and regional banks: Mr. Chris Cole’s comments generally make sense with the exception of the enormous regulatory requirements being imposed on the banking industry. The leaders of community banks with whom we have personally spoken are concerned their resources are inadequate to effectively function under the anticipated massive overkill of regulations coming out of Dodd-Frank, some of which have already been promulgated. It is our...

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Regulatory Overload Requires Knowledgeable Consultants Now More than Ever

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By Guy Puccio The greatest recession ever experienced has facilitated an overwhelming amount of new statues and regulations. These new rules are promoted by those who believe expanding federal government control is the solution to prevent a future economic crisis. Much of this regulatory overload affects the financial services industry. For example, the “Dodd-Frank Act” is approximately 2000 pages of legislation—including trailer bills—with an additional 6000 pages expected in implementing rules and regulations. If you run a small-to-moderate size business, do you have the tools or the time to absorb and apply this sea change without the assistance of knowledgeable consultants? Consider the following: The Board of...

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