RESPA expert to shed light on new legislation

Mortgage banking and consumer finance expert Holly Spencer Buntingwill educate real estate agents, mortgage lenders and members of the media about upcoming changes in RESPA regulations during a complimentary luncheon next month.

Federal Title & Escrow Company is hosting the event in the Dogwood Room at the Kenwood Golf & Country Club in Bethesda, Md. on Wednesday, September 16 beginning at 10 a.m. Bunting is an associate with the Washington, D.C. office of K&L Gates, concentrating on issues of federal and state regulatory enforcement, according to the firm's website.

She represents companies in the mortgage lending, title insurance and real estate industries in connection with regulatory compliance matters and defends clients subject to government audits, investigations and enforcement proceedings.

Additionally, Bunting advises clients about federal and state consumer credit and protection laws and regulations, including the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).

Consequently, Bunting has delivered several presentations on RESPA and compliance and written several articles about the consumer protection statute, including "Finally, a Final RESPA Rule," and "RESPA's New Average Charge Provisions – Available for Some."

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