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The LO Down on RESPA Violations

Posted by Sawyer Jones on November 01 2019

A thing of value under $25 is safe, right? Nope. Common misconception that has spread around the industry like wildfire. Any thing of value for a referral is potentially up to $10,000 in fines and/or a year in prison. Here is the CFPB's explanation on the section. We hired a RESPA Ref to highlight potential violations, come see how it turned out...

Here is the RESPA Ref Sketch: 


RESPA Violations are a hot topic in the industry, and people need to know that giving or receiving any thing of value in exchange for a referral of business is a violation for a Loan Officer.

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Tags: Loan Officer, Compliance, RESPA, LO


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