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FREE CRS Member’s Benefit Webinar: Money Laundering Risks in Real Estate

Mar 20, 2017
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Did you ever think that the real estate industry could be associated with terrorism? It’s true – money laundering is becoming more and more prevalent within real estate, and some of that money is being used to fund terrorism. It’s a growing issue in the United States, and CRS is helping with the fight.

If you want to be part of the fight as well, you will not want to miss our FREE CRS Member’s Benefit webinar “Money Laundering Risks in Real Estate on Wednesday, March 29th, at 1:00PM CDT. We’ll have experts giving you firsthand knowledge on how to do your part in fighting money laundering. You’ll learn what exactly money laundering is, the regulations in place to help fight it, and how to help spot and report it. Join the fight and register today!

Meet the Speakers…

Lesley Walker has been with NAR since May 2010. Lesley focuses her work on matters including the Americans with Disabilities Act, fair housing issues, NAR Constitution and Bylaws, Risk Management Committee, and general contract negotiation matters. She received her J.D. from the Villanova University School of Law and is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a B.S. and a B.A. Lesley is admitted to the state bar of Pennsylvania and is admitted as in-house counsel to the state bar of Illinois.

Christie DeSanctis handles business issues for NAR's Government Affairs Regulatory Policy team. These issues include the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Know Before You Owe mortgage initiative, and independent contractor misclassification regulations. Prior to joining NAR in June 2016, Christie worked for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce on employer benefits and workforce protections matters. She received her J.D. from the University of Maine School of Law and is a graduate of Virginia Tech, where she earned dual B.S. degrees. Christie is admitted to the state bar of Virginia.