Rachel Dollar

Rachel Dollar is a Certified Mortgage Banker and a recognized expert on mortgage lending and fraud. Ms. Dollar represents lending institutions and secondary market investors in mortgage banking related matters

Ms. Dollar also handles real estate and business litigation for companies and individuals including easement and title disputes, contract drafting and review and public works bid protests. Ms. Dollar’s clients have included insurance companies, national banks, thrifts, non-bank mortgage lenders, secondary market investors, construction companies and real estate developers.

Ms. Dollar has developed a reputation as one of the foremost innovators and thought leaders in the real estate finance industry and has been widely quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times and other publications. She was recognized in multiple successive years as one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in the United States. She is a nationally recognized speaker on the topics of mortgage banking and mortgage fraud, has testified before Congress and has appeared on CNN, CBS News and other radio and television programs.

Michael D. McAuley

Principal — Garrett, McAuley & Co.

Michael D. McAuley is a Principal of Garrett, McAuley & Co., a banking and mortgage banking consulting firm that helps lenders increase revenues, control costs, and better manage risk. Mike has more than twenty years of commercial banking experience in financing mortgage bankers, homebuilders, and related firms, most recently at JP Morgan Chase.

Mike is an acknowledged expert in the field of mortgage banking and warehouse lending, and he consults with banks, mortgage bankers, credit unions, and regulators. He focuses on assisting mortgage bankers with improving their strategies, finances, secondary marketing, and operations.

Mike is a graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.; a past chairman of the RMA Warehouse Lenders Roundtable; and a Graduate with Distinction, Willis Bryant Award finalist, and Lecturer at the School of Mortgage Banking.

John E. Stoner

Stoner Fox Law Group, LLP Mr. Stoner represents buyers/lenders and sellers/borrowers in warehousing and other funding facilities relating to residential and commercial mortgage loans, servicing rights and other financial assets.  He also represents buyers and sellers of residential and commercial mortgage loans and servicing rights and mortgage crowd-funding platforms.  He has extensive experience in dealing with the legal and regulatory issues related to warehouse facility structures, including structuring facilities to meet the requirements of various state and Federal banking regulatory authorities.  Mr. Stoner was one of the primary attorneys involved in HUD’s most recent analysis of RESPA issues related to warehouse lending and is a frequent speaker on “mini correspondent” structures.


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