Keith Gantenbein, owner and managing attorney of Gantenbein Law Firm, taught a Continuing Education course for real estate agents regarding the new integrated disclosure forms. The CE also covered the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) grace period for the disclosure forms. The new forms are effective August 1, but the CFPB has issued an indefiinte grace period for enforcement. The new disclosure forms replace the HUD1 and GFE forms.
Mr. Gantenbein joined with Heritage Title to teach the class to Remax realtors in Louisville, Colorado.
Mr. Gantenbein is an avid speaker in Denver and surrounding areas. His passion for teaching is paired with a belief that education on current legal and real estate topics should be frequent and accessible.
Gantenbein Law Firm focuses on real estate law, business law and tax law, including foreclosure defense, hoa defense, and credit dispute. Gantenbein Law Firm's real estate, business and tax lawyers are located in Denver, Colorado and serve all of Colorado. Contact Gantenbein Law Firm at 303-618-2122 or visit www.gantenbeinlaw.com.