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Seller-Financing Restrictions Under Dodd-Frank

Gain an understanding of Dodd-Frank along with the consequences of noncompliance issues and the rules that are implied. With interest rates rising, and with new tax laws potentially putting a damper on the housing market, a resurgence of seller-financing in the residential housing market is a real possibility. Against this backdrop, with more than three years into Dodd-Frank's seller-financing rules, it is helpful to review the rules, the transactions they do and do not apply to and the consequences of noncompliance. It is also helpful to look at those impacted by the rules, which includes not only the seller-lender and buyer-borrower, but also professionals in the real estate brokerage, mortgage origination and home building industries. This topic is of particular importance to real estate sellers and buyers, investors, mortgage loan originators, home builders and related professionals.


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Overview of Dodd-Frank Seller-Financing Rules

  • Why Were the Rules Enacted (Who Are They Meant to Protect)?
  • What Transactions Are Exempt From the Rules?
  • For Those Transactions to Which the Rules Do Apply, What Are the Exceptions?
  • What Is the Safe Act, and How Does That Legislation Overlap With Dodd-Frank?

The Mechanics of Compliance

  • For Transactions to Which the Rules Do Apply, What Does Compliance Mean?
  • For Transactions Exempt From Dodd-Frank, What Are the Compliance Requirements?

Consequences of Noncompliance

  • Enforcement Action by the Government
  • Private Right of Action by Buyer/Borrower and Others

The Universe of People Impacted by the Rules

  • Seller-Lenders
  • Buyer-Borrowers
  • Real Estate Brokers and Agents
  • Mortgage Loan Originators
  • Home Building Industry

Potential Changes to the Dodd-Frank Seller-Financing Rules

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David Campbell Smith

David Campbell Smith

Campbell Smith Law

  • Partner in Campbell Smith Law
  • In private practice for thirty years, with a concentration on real estate and financial institutions litigation
  • Previously associate general counsel at Freddie Mac and general counsel of a privately-held real estate investment and management company
  • Familiar with all aspects of Dodd-Frank, including the seller-financing rules, from a litigation perspective
  • Licensed in California and Maryland
  • Can be contacted at 310-944-6447, [email protected], or www.campbellsmithlaw.com
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Published 2018
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