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2006 USPAP Update

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ZZGAMAZZ

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I'm taking my renewal course on-line. At least 50% of the tutorial pertains to changes to the current version of USPAP.

Now I know more about the former standards than I did when they were in effect!

Good thing that I'm finally aware of the implications of "departure." [sic]
 

ZZGAMAZZ

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In retrospect it appears that the primary purpose of the renewal tutorial is to explain changes to the living document. And of course there are disadvantages to the on-line learning format.
 

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Why are you taking the 2006 update?
 

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So much for California being progressive .. heck I would have thought he'd be taking the 2010 Update by now as far ahead as those "cali's" like to brag they are ... shows how little I know.

Then again .. Gama .. did you get a great discount on the class? :shrug:
 
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Maybe this is just extra CE and he misses the departure rule so much and wants one last goodbye?:rof:
 

ZZGAMAZZ

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It's a 7-hour course required to renew my CA AL license, at least as far as I'm aware, according to OREA and confirmed by the course provider...
 

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It's a 7-hour course required to renew my CA AL license, at least as far as I'm aware, according to OREA and confirmed by the course provider...


Ok Gama .. Im gonna be the one to break it to you ... either 1) You are taking the class from the California Mortgage Brokers Association or 2) You are really taking the 2008 USPAP Update class. Just to give you a heads up. If it's really 2006 as noted in your thread heading .. maybe you can file for a refund ...... :rof:
 

ZZGAMAZZ

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Ralph Kinney et al: Come in please I need some advice from the real world of Southern California...
 

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In my state you are required to take the current USPAP update every other year. The other CE hours are considered elective. I hope, Gama that you are using this as an elective and not the USPAP requirement; otherwise I’m pretty sure your state will want the current USPAP update.
 
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