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WFG understands the challenges the escrow settlement industry faces today and its impact on your business as an independent escrow agent. WFG is making tools and resources available to help you face those challenges as you face today’s compliance arena. Learn more about what it means to have best practices in place and a compliance management system.

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“It has been said that the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act created the most far-reaching financial regulatory legislation since the Great Depression”

“Clearly the real estate industry is in the midst of significant regulatory changes.”

“. . . having in place robust compliance management processes and systems, the CFPB believes supervised entities will be better able to prevent violations of Federal consumer financial law . . ..”

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The Real Word: Who is an independent contractor?

The Real Word: Who is an independent contractor?

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Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, they’ll talk more about independent contractor status. 

Cool down your summer with a new take on energy efficiency

Cool down your summer with a new take on energy efficiency

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The benefits of making energy efficiency improvements include lowering your monthly bills and building client relationships by sharing what you’ve learned.

Compass expands again, acquires 30-year-old Lake Tahoe brokerage

Compass expands again, acquires 30-year-old Lake Tahoe brokerage

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San Francisco-based Compass continues to navigate to new markets, most recently heading due east from its headquarters to establish an office in Lake Tahoe.

Redfin CEO addresses the industry’s role in perpetuating housing segregation

Redfin CEO addresses the industry’s role in perpetuating housing segregation

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Many of America’s cities are still segregated, and the real estate industry — including Redfin — may be playing a role in that deep divide, according to Glenn Kelman, the often outspoken CEO of Seattle-based real estate brokerage Redfin.