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Home Affordable Refinance Program Update

Webinar: ID# 1023879
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Many loan originators fall into the trap of HARP litigation because they do not understand the confusion the program causes the public and the public blames the lender when issues arise. The HARP program has been in place since 2009, but it has undergone big changes in eligibility requirements and applicability.

This webinar will compare and contrast HARP 1.0 with HARP 2.0 and discuss the new and upcoming HARP 3.0. This material will also inform you of the public confusion caused by the HARP program and how to minimize litigation by addressing the confusion at the start. This information is critical to any lending institution that participates in the HARP program and for any person who deals with HARP in a professional capacity.

After this course, you will have the information needed to manage HARP applicants and understand the evolving program.


Changes in HARP Over Time
  • HARP 1.0
  • HARP 2.0
  • Extension Into 2017
  • Current Requirements and Eligibility
  • HARP 3.0
  • New Program for October, 2017
  • Status and Future Requirements and Eligibility
  • Compare and Contrast HARP 2.0 to HARP 3.0
  • Issues With HARP and Litigation Cases on Its Applicability and Practice
  • Predictions on Litigation Issues for HARP 3.0
  • Build and Deliver Value and Reputational Advantages
  • Avoidance of Performing Loans Becoming Nonperforming Loans
  • Potential Eventual Foreclosure Avoidance
Public Awareness
  • Confusion Between HARP and HAMP
  • Confusion on What Lenders/Entities Participate in HARP
  • Confusion on Applicability of the Program: Freddie and Fannie Loans
  • Reapplication After a Denial
  • Scams
About The Presenter

Christy L. Murphy
  • Attorney in Kaufman & Canoles, P.C.’s Norfolk office
  • Concentrates practice on the representation of banks, credit unions, and other secured and unsecured lenders in complex commercial litigation
  • Regularly represents landowners, lienholders, and other parties with interests in real estate in Virginia on title matters and also regularly represents trustees, families, and entities in trust and estate litigation
  • Lender representation includes mortgage litigation, foreclosures, lender liability, and business torts
  • Achieved the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory; Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Stars; Law & Politics, 2012 to 2016; Virginia’s Legal Elite; Virginia Business magazine, 2013 to 2016
  • J.D. degree, Regent University School of Law; B.S. degree, Old Dominion University
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