CLE Course Details

What You Don't Know About the SAFE Act Could Hurt You and Cost Your Clients Dearly

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Price: $55
  • Description
    This CLE course offers an in-depth review of the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (SAFE), how it is implemented and the variety of potential issues that may arise as a result of its use. The SAFE Act, as part of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, dramatically altered how residential mortgage loans are originated and is vital information for any attorney involved in real estate transactions.
  • Instructor Bio

    Michael Wallace

    Mr. Wallace’s career as an attorney specializing in mortgage banking/brokering and title insurance spans more than 25 years. He received a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law, and a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Oswego.

    Mr. Wallace has owned and operated successful title insurance agencies and from 2005 to 2011 owned and operated an FHA correspondent lender focused on reverse mortgages. Eventually this lender became among the top 20 nationwide. It originated and closed more than 2,000 reverse mortgages. Mr. Wallace has originated and closed many reverse mortgage loans as well as thousands of forward mortgage loans. He has trained and managed a staff of more than 40 loan officers, and processors.

    Mr. Wallace has taught continuing education classes on mobile home law for judges, as well as Business Law I & II at a local business college. He is a speaker on the reverse mortgage and title insurance industries.

    His practice, Wallace Law Offices, is limited to representing mortgage brokers, bankers, banks, loan officers and other companies involved in the reverse mortgage industry. This includes compliance, licensing, marketing and other legal areas specific to this industry.

    Mr. Wallace lives in a suburb of Syracuse with his wife, and two sons. His community activities include producing, directing, and acting in local theater, local political initiatives, serving on boards and committees for various non-profit organizations, and participating in local School District programs. His is a past Town of Dewitt Town Justice and currently serves on the town’s Sustainability Committee.