Real Estate Seminars on The latest trends, laws, and insights
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In real estate, knowledge is power. Sign up now for one of Velocity Title's real estate seminars to stay up-to-date on the latest trends, laws, and insights.
Seminar: Closing Disclosures Made Simple
Fill out the form to the right to learn about the latest updates and regulations impacting closing disclosures, and ways to make the process easier for you and your clients. One of Velocity Title's Co-Founders, Christina Garvey Berman, a leading title and real estate expert, will cover the following:
- The truth behind closing disclosure requirements
- What steps to take to remain compliant
- Tips for making the process easy
Seminar: Handling EMDs: Risks to the Fiduciary Broker
Fill out the form to the right to learn about the ins-and-outs behind handing EMDs, and what to look out for during each transaction. EMDs are a hot topic in real estate right now, and for good reason. This engaging seminar, presented by one of Velocity Title's Co-Founders, RESPA-trained attorney, Glen Donaldson, Esq., will discuss:
- The real risks to a fiduciary broker when dealing with EMDs
- The latest regulations and updates
- What you need to be doing today to protect yourself tomorrow.
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Seminar: Understanding the Maryland Association of Realtors Contracts
The Maryland Association of Realtors Contracts, Paragraph 51, Section 1445, is a huge topic of interest right now. Did you know this could be a huge pitfall for your buyers this year? Fill out the form to the right and sign up for a seminar to learn first-hand from Velocity's RESPA-trained attorney, G. Russell Donaldson, Esq., about the must-knows when it comes to MD real estate contracts.
Seminar: First-Time Maryland Homebuying Rules Clarified
In Maryland, the closing costs are some of the highest in the nation. Because the government wanted to encourage home ownership, Maryland enacted a First-Time Homebuyer Exemption to the buyer's portion of the State Transfer Tax. It is commonly misunderstood, and some real estate agents and lenders believe, and erroneously advise clients, that a buyer is eligible for the exemption to the State Transfer Tax if they have not resided in a purchased primary home in more than three years. Fill out the form to the right and sign up f to learn first-hand from Velocity's RESPA-trained attorney, G. Russell Donaldson, Esq., about:
- The real eligibility requirements
- Why it's a crime to misrepresent this status
- The exception to the rule
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