Seminar Walks Real Estate Professionals Through New CFPB Regulations

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As of October 3, new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) regulations will change the way real estate professionals write closing contracts and do business. Real estate agents, appraisers and title insurance agents can learn everything they need to know about the new rules at the Hondros College of Business “ABCs of CFPB” seminar on July 31 from 9 a.m. to noon.

As of October 3, new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) regulations will change the way real estate professionals write closing contracts and do business. Real estate agents, appraisers and title insurance agents can learn everything they need to know about the new rules at the Hondros College of Business “ABCs of CFPB” seminar on July 31 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Three industry veterans will conduct in-depth training for three hours of continuing education credit at the panel discussion on the Hondros campus at 4140 Executive Parkway in Westerville. The continuing education credits are approved for real estate, appraisal, insurance and title insurance.

“The CFPB changes will require change across multiple disciplines in the real estate industry, from appraisers to mortgage bankers to real estate agents,” says Kevin McClure, CEO, Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. “Events like this panel discussion offer real estate professionals the opportunity to stay ahead of industry changes and maintain a competitive edge.”

The expert panel will discuss the new closing process, how to best communicate it to buyers and sellers, the new AAR form and more. Panelists include
David McKee, vice president of Priority Mortgage Corp. and president of the Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association. He is a residential mortgage consultant with more than 30 years experience and is licensed in both Florida and Ohio. In 2014, Columbus Business First named him on its esteemed “People to Know in Finance” list.

Scott Stevenson, Esq., is CEO/principal of Northwest Title Family of Companies and partner in The Holfinger Stevenson Law Firm. He is a certified continuing education law instructor and regularly teaches classes for lenders, realtors, developers and investors. He is an active member of the Ohio Land Title Association and American Land Title Association.

Kevin McClure is CEO and president of the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. He began his career in 1997 as a real estate salesperson in the Phoenix area. A designated broker, McClure also is now owner, president ,and CEO of Powerhouse Realty in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Cost for the three-hour “ABCs of CFPB” seminar is $40. Learn more and reserve seats at http://www.Hondros.com or by calling 1.888.HONDROS (466-3767).

About Hondros College of Business
Hondros College of Business, based in Columbus, Ohio, educates individuals who want to improve their lives by entering new careers that offer stability, flexibility, independence and financial rewards. Hondros College of Business, with six Ohio campuses and with course offerings in many states nationwide, offers a variety of professional certificates and continuing education programs, as well as an Associate Degree in Business Management. Professional programs include real estate, appraisal, home inspection, mortgage, insurance, securities, personal training, online marketing and oil and gas safety. For more information, visit http://www.hondros.com.

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