LLTA’s Annual Convention is where title insurance underwriters, lending institutions, affiliated businesses, compliance consultants, abstracters, law firms, and title agents come together to network and build relationships with their colleagues and participate
in a comprehensive accredited educational program focused on the OCC & CFPB's 3rd party vendor management requirements, QM/QRM, new RESPA/TILA Disclosure forms, business development under Dodd-Frank, government regulations and technology trends. In addition to phenomenal educational presentations, attendees can shop exhibits for products, services, and technology solutions that are essential to their business operations.
This year’s theme is “It’s A New Ball Game.”
Many of these 50 winners are leading their companies from the C-Suite, deciding overall strategy for their organizations and staking out new territory. Others are contributing through innovation, product development, process enhancements and big data analysis.
Until recently, the few dozen tiny communities across the country were run largely by proponents of tiny living who had banded together or as affordable housing for the homeless. But that all started to change in 2014, when creating tiny house communities started gaining momentum among some traditional builders who want to have a stake in the new trend.
The importance of communication with the consumer cannot be overstated. In addition to the required disclosures, the lender should ensure that guidelines include informing consumers that their payment will increase upon full assessment and that an escrow overage may be sent to them if the reassessment does not occur by the time they receive their first escrow analysis.