Avoiding Title Claims in Your Real Estate Practice

Despite best intentions and practices, title claims are at times unavoidable. On other occasions, title claims are the result of negligence, unfamiliarity with a subject matter, or just plain fraud. This webinar will focus on the relationships between the closing agent, insured, underwriter and retained counsel, the most common types of claims and how they may be avoided, as well as an examination of the red flags of fraud most commonly seen by title insurance underwriters.
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Planning reforms (2021)

The government's planning reforms are in full swing, and this webinar explores the most significant developments over the past year, covering topics including: Planning White Paper / Planning Bill Update Environment Bill Use Classes Order Reforms Permitted Development Rights / Article 4 Directions Building Safety Levy / Residential Property Development Tax
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Mortgage Playbook Webinar Replay

Learn how the latest economic trends are impacting the new home market and the new mortgage market. As mortgage rates sit at 7% and many buyers are sidelined, how can loan officers stay competitive in this tough landscape? Tune in below to hear from Nicollette Chapman and Ali Wolf for the latest data to help you make the best strategic decisions.
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Investing in Real Estate through Equity Crowdfunding

Financial Poise

Real estate is one of the most tried and true asset classes one can invest in existence. Crowdfunding on the internet, in contrast, is a new technology that didn’t exist just a few years ago. Yet, it is already facilitating significant investment activity each year. And with at least 85 real estate crowdfunding platforms already in existence, the activity is poised to keep growing.
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Leveraging the New ConsensusDocs Construction Contracts

Lorman

Standard design and construction contracts set the playbook for project success or failure. Case law, technology, and insurance have changed dramatically over the past 10 years. ConsensusDocs, a coalition of 40 leading construction organizations that include leading organizations like AGC, ABC, and COAA, published comprehensive updates to its most used prime and subcontract agreement. Changes to ConsensusDocs address payment, insurance (builder's risk policy), terminations, indemnification, mediation, and arbitration, attorney's fees, and much more. You will learn from the lead staff person, the highlights of the most significant changes and strategize how you can leverage in contract negotiations in using the new editions of ConsensusDocs standard documents for design-bid-build, design-build and CM At-Risk.
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