The 3rd Wednesday of every month, Lynn Langowski with Foundation Title & Trust, teams up with the Law Office of Leighton Hyde for a complimentary 1.5 hour Lunch & Learn at their Kennedy office near downtown Tampa. This training session covers legal information that all agents should be aware of when working with buyers and sellers as well as the changes expected at closing. All those who attend are granted access to the private FB group: Tampa Bay Legal Talk and Title Check. This private group is monitored by the legal team at the Law Office of Leighton Hyde and the closing team at Foundation Title & Trust so that agents can have a closed discussion with colleagues to ask questions and share concerns within the real estate industry.

Wednesday, October 21st
12 noon – 1:30pm
4100 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 213
Tampa, FL 33609 


Lunch & Learn – Title Check & Legal Talk 101
Special Guest: Chip Carlton with Pro Lien Search

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  • Chip Carlton will dig into what can be uncovered in a lien search, where the FAR BAR contract addresses lien searches and how valuable this is to review with your clients.
  • Lynn Langowski will speak to the changes to expect at closing due to the TRID roll out and how to start preparing your clients for them. CFPB Break Down Here
  • How to read the new settlement statement and how these industry changes trickle down to change things for agents and their clients.
  • Leighton Hyde will review the differences between the FAR BAR and CRSP contract, who they protect and how to interpret the language to your buyers and seller.

Common legal problems that arise out of
misinterpreting the contracts and/or not recognizing the stark differences. 

Ending with a 15 minute open fourm for legal questions!

RSVP to [email protected]

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