Dallas-based Calyx Software will begin offering training seminars to show mortgage originators how to complete the new good faith estimate (GFE) form in its loan origination software platform. The new GFE comes as part of the revised Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and goes in effect January 1, 2010. The Calyx seminar will show originators how to complete new standardized forms in the Point software platform. “We realize the new GFE can be a challenge,” said Doug Chang, Calyx CEO. “This class will make the transition to the new GFE a seamless effort for Calyx customers.” The first seminar will be held online on Oct. 27 and originators can register on Calyx’s Web site. Write to Austin Kilgore.