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May 23, 2017: Helping Your Clients Avoid Foreclosure after HAMP: A Refresher and Update on the California Homeowner Bill of Rights and Related Regulations and Programs
The recent foreclosure crisis led to many changes in the rules governing residential mortgage servicing at both the state and federal levels. In the area of loss mitigation, the recent expiration of the government-sponsored Making Home Affordable modification programs, including HAMP, has triggered more change at the level of servicer practices, and has also made existing state and federal regulations even more critical. This webinar for legal services attorneys and other housing and consumer advocates representing homeowners in financial distress:

• Provided a refresher and update on California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights, including a discussion of HBOR provisions that are scheduled to sunset at the end of 2017;

• Introduced attendees to California’s new “Survivor Bill of Rights,” which offers protections for successors-in-interest to encumbered properties;

• Reviewed federal mortgage servicing regulations relating to loss mitigation and foreclosure; and

• Discussed the latest developments in loan modification and other loss mitigation programs available to borrowers, including post-HAMP loan modification options and Keep Your Home California programs.
Click here to watch the webinar recording.
The webinar materials are available below:
NHLP Webinar (FC Avoidance Refresher and Update) Slides
Freddie Mac Flex Modification
Fannie Mae Flex Modification
CA Survivor Bill of Rights (text of SB1150)
NCLC Mortgage Servicing Claims Chart

September 22, 2009: Webinar for Lenders on Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA)
The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (Pub. L. No. 111-22) requires that persons or entities that take title to residential property at foreclosure honor the existing tenants' lease and give at least 90 days notice to vacate if they want the property empty. The presenters at this webinar, which was held on September 22, 2009, discuss the background, substance and implications of the PTFA and how Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are implementing the law. They share their insights into the federal regulators’ responses, the process of managing rental properties when existing occupants remain in properties after foreclosure, and other issues.
Presenters at this webinar were: Barry R. Wides, Deputy Comptroller, Community Affairs, from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC); Miguel J. Gutierrez, Director of Alternative REO Dispositions at Fannie Mae; Eric J. Will, Director, HouseSteps, REO sales and leasing at Freddie Mac; Catherine Bendor, Legal Director at the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty; Danna Fischer, Legislative Director and Counsel for the National Low Income Housing Coalition; and David T. Rammler, Director of Government Relations, National Housing Law Project.
Click here to watch the PTFA Webinar.
Materials only are available here.

September 22, 2009: Tenants in Foreclosed Properties: New Federal Protections
This training provides an overview of the federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act and discusses frequently asked questions regarding the law.
Click here to watch the webinar.

Please visit the California Homeowner Bill of Rights website.

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