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Marketing with Your Real Estate Partners: The Non-MSA Way…So, What Can I Do?

By Dawn Lewallen and Sharon Sluder Risch

With all of the buzz surrounding how to market and advertise with your real estate partners in compliance with RESPA, it’s no surprise that there are a lot of questions about what you can do to connect with customers. Join us at ALTA ONE for this interactive session where you will enter the courtroom of Judges Lewallen and Risch.  After providing a recap of RESPA and the impact of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s enforcement actions, the judges will divide you into jury teams! Each team will be presented with a series of RESPA scenarios for deliberation and your jury team will be asked to render a verdict on their compliance – breaking down what you can and cannot do under RESPA.  This high energy, competitive session will teach you how to market with your real estate partners – without violating the law. Prizes will be given to the top two jury teams.


Dawn Lewallen is a Senior Compliance Counsel for federal regulations and a Senior Underwriter in the national Legal Department of Stewart Title Guaranty. Sharon Sluder Risch is a Vice President and Director of Marketing and Business Development for Trident Land Transfer. Both regulation and industry experts will speak more in depth about this topic during a session titled “Marketing with Your Real Estate Partners: The Non-MSA Way…So, What Can I Do?” at ALTA ONE in October. Click here to register for ALTA ONE.


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