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NY Real Estate Attorneys Play Consumer Protection Role in Changing Era

New York Law Journal. Written by Alan Doran.

While the traditional responsibilities of real estate attorneys in New York are well understood, new and evolving consumer protection regulations, including the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the new TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures (TRID) are...

2016 Year in Review: Rebecca Mason, OneTitle National Guaranty Co.

By Kristine Wolf in the New York Real Estate Journal

Name & Title: Rebecca Mason, Executive Vice President, Head of Sales Company Name: OneTitle National Guaranty Company What was your most notable project, deal, transaction or professional achievement in 2016? Transitioning from the residential brokerage side of the business to the residential and commercial title insurance world, and joining a...

Purchase CEMA: A how-to guide to realize tax savings for all parties

A purchase CEMA can create opportunity and significant value for all sides of a transaction—buyers, sellers, lenders and real estate brokers.  While it can take a bit more effort and cooperation from the parties, the incentives and rewards can be large.  It even opens up...

TRID and the Law of Unintended Consequences

With the CFPB’s latest delay of the TRID implementation date (this time to October 3rd), real estate practitioners have two extra months to plan and two extra months to worry about what the new world of transactional real estate will look like under the new...

Complying with the new TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule

In less than five months, the mortgage, real estate, and legal industries face the largest change in federal mortgage disclosure requirements in more than 30 years.  On August 1, the forms that have become second nature for generations of loan originators, attorneys and borrowers—including the...